On March 1, Sakura Revolution launched a second round of in-game events to celebrate the game’s reaching 1.5 million downloads. Through March 10 at 15:59 JST (3/10/2021 at 2:00AM EST, 3/9/2020 at 11:00PM PST), energy consumption for main story events will be halved. In addition, players will receive double Friend Points (max 50,000 per person), and the probability of “Success” / “Great Success” rates when upgrading Spirit Emblems will be doubled.

Sega also launched a trio of Banner events to coincide with the celebration. Three time-limited gacha categories, which offer increased probabilities for each of the major regions (Chugoku, Kyushu, and Shikoku) will run through the event period. Players will have an increased chance to draw high-ranking units and alternate costumes for each of the featured characters.

Images of each of the event banners are below.

Main Event Banner

Banner announcing that Sakura Revolution reached 1.5 million downloads.

Kyushu Gacha

Event banner for the 1.5 million download Kyushu gacha

Chugoku Gacha

Event banner for the Sakura Revolution 1.5 million download Chugoku gacha

Shikoku Gacha

Event banner for Sakura Revolution's 1.5 million download Shikoku gacha

Sega announced that Sakura Revolution officially crossed 1.5 million downloads on February 22.

About Sakura Revolution

Sakura Revolution was originally announced via two dueling projects: Sega’s Project B.L.A.C.K. and Delightworks’ Nippon Dakkan, before both were revealed to be one and the same during a live streaming event on September 2, 2020.

Chapter 3 officially debuted on January 12, 2021.

Analytics service App Annie reports that the game was the #2 most downloaded title in Japan’s iOS App Store and the top downloaded game on the Google Play store for December 2020.

On December 22, 2020, Sega Sammy announced that the title had reached 500,000 downloads. On January 21, 2021, Sega announced that the title crossed one million downloads.


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