In case you’re a BTS fan and you haven’t already been bombarded by the news on every outlet they have, the BTS World mobile game is out. You can download the game today for iOS and Android devices, in 176 countries around the world. We have more info about the game below, but the gist of it is that you’ll be playing the role of the band’s manager as they head out on tour and deal with fans while also having their own personal issues for you to take care of. The game comes with a ton of originally created dialog for multiple stories and even comes with an original soundtrack of new music you can purchase.
BTS World is a story-based mobile simulation game that takes players back to the start before the band’s debut to pursue the role of BTS’ manager, with the ultimate goal of fostering BTS to become superstars. Players will encounter various missions where they will select certain BTS member cards to clear the mission and progress through the game. Collecting and upgrading these cards will open up even more stories along the way. In addition to BTS World’s main story that allows players to foster BTS to become superstars, the game features individual stories where each BTS member appears as the main character, with each member’s unique characteristics applied to the story.
BTS World includes 10,000 brand new photos and 100 video clips exclusive to the game, and players will be able to interact virtually with BTS as a manager in the game through various 1:1 interactive content. Along with the game launch, Netmarble announced that a brand-new title song from BTS World’s original soundtrack (OST), “Heartbeat (BTS World OST),” will first be revealed through the game exclusively. This song will be available exclusively on the introduction and main lobby within the game for the first 48 hours until the full BTS World OST album comes out.
The BTS World OST album will be released worldwide on June 28th. In addition to the title song “Heartbeat,” the BTS WORLD OST album will include each member’s theme songs within the game, and three BTS World OST unit songs – “Dream Glow (BTS World OST Part.1),” “A Brand New Day (BTS World OST Part.2),” and “All Night (BTS World OST Part.3)” – which have been previously revealed on June 7th, 14th and 21st, respectively.