‘BTS Theme Revealed’ Big Hit Labels Rhythm Game’Rhythm Hive’, The Stage Update
Reporter Song In-hwa
Approval 2021.03.18 14:04 | Last modified 2021.03.18 14:06
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Superv, an independent corporation in the game division of Big Hit Entertainment, announced on the 18th that it has officially updated Season 1: The Stage of the mobile rhythm game’Rhythm Hive’.
Through this Season 1: The Stage update, various concept photos and performance cards were released that contain precious memories of Big Hit Labels artists, BTS, Tomorrow by Together, and ENHYPEN.
A different concept for each artist, such as a theme using the B-cut of the 2021 Winter Package in BTS, a theme using MBTI in Tomorrow by Together, and a theme containing the moments of their debut first fan meeting in ENHYPEN. By applying the theme of, the visual immersion of the game was improved.
Detailed updates were also made in the game play area. The mission system has been reinforced so that even beginners can enjoy a variety of challenges and experiences, from simple missions that can be easily performed to missions that must be performed simultaneously.
In particular, in this Season 1: The Stage update, the opinions of users expressed during the pre-season period were also actively reflected. The score counting system has been reorganized so that if the performance judgment, difficulty, and stats of the performance cards are the same, the score counting system has been reorganized, and ‘5x mode’ has been newly added, allowing users to enjoy more thrilling performances.
Meanwhile, Superv is holding a limited-time login event to commemorate the update of’Rhythm Hive’ Season 1: The Stage. All users who access the game by the 24th will receive a card pack containing 5 B-XR grade cards, hive gems, and gold according to each access date.
‘Rhythm Hive’ can be downloaded for free from Google Play or Apple App Store, and detailed information can be found on the official SNS channel of’Rhythm Hive’.
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