Interestingly enough, the game seems to be slated for an international release – at least according to the blurb from 4gamer – though it’s unclear if it will be a simultaneous launch. Its name isn’t finalized yet either, but it is slated for a 2023 release.
The Vampire Dies in No Time mobile game will be a collection of casual games. The idea is that you’ll be able to play a selection of these games that will rotate out over time. Fans seem to be able to suggest and vote on the presumably micro games that they can develop and eventually add to the selection.
Ronald and Draluc will be featured in the game as the series’ main characters, with the rest of the cast making their appearances. If you’ve read this far without knowing what the series is about, here’s a summary:
Vampires are known to have many weaknesses that balance out their incredible power, but the vampire lord Draluc happens to be weak to pretty much anything.
The vampire hunter Ronald receives a job to infiltrate the castle of the so-called “Invincible Progenitor” and rescue a woman’s son from the monster within. But upon arriving, he is dumbfounded to discover that the vampire quickly turns to ash by something as trivial as a clap of his hands! Moreover, the child he was sent to save had merely wandered in to play the vampire lord’s video games while he slept!
In a disastrous turn of events, Draluc’s castle is destroyed, and the fragile vampire decides to move in with the hunter who has only just defeated him. Ronald, Draluc, and the vampire’s pet armadillo John form quite the eccentric team as they are forced to work together while fending off Ronald’s violent editor, the lesser vampires plaguing the city, and even their fellow vampire hunters.
via MAL Rewrite
As a bonus fun fact, Ronald was voted quite highly in a poll of highly desirable anime men in 2021.