Do you play Chain Chronicle? Win a content pack here!

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Thanks to the kind people at gumi Asia, we’ve got three contact packs for Chain Chronicle to give away to our readers!

Chain Chronicle is one of the better free-to-play games out there (you can read our review of the game here). A JRPG with a massive cast of characters to collect, it contains a functionally endless narrative, as well as some excellent PvP and supplementary missions to complete.

As with any free to play game, there is of course premium currencies and items that you can buy that make your work a little easier and progress a little faster. And that’s where this contest comes in; we’ve got three packs, each worth about $30, with digital goodies to give away.

The packs include: 300 Prysma (premium currency), 5 Premium Tickets (special premium currency), 10 Revival Fruits (in-game item), and 10 Stamina Fruits (in-game item).

To enter, all you need to do is follow the link below and fill out your details. You will be signed up for our weekly newsletter if you’re not already, and that will put you in the draw to win.

The final question of the survey is the most important (‘What is your favourite thing about Chain Chronicle’); this is a game of skill, and we will pick the best three answers to get the prizes. So be creative with your responses! Make us laugh, and you’re on your way. Make us fall out of our chairs laughing, and you’ll definitely get a prize.

The contest winners will be announced in our newsletter on Saturday, May 23, and you have until then to get your entries in. So good luck, and happy gaming!

For more information about Chain Chronicle, you can also check out the game’s website, or the official blog that goes with it.

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