Anime-Style Game Baseball Superstars 2021 Now Available on Mobile Devices

Baseball Superstars 2021

Gamevil has just launched its anime-style mobile game, Baseball Superstars 2021, on iOS and Android devices. The title is Gamevil’s flagship fantasy RPG baseball series

Get ready to field a hand-picked team and square off against other players around the globe or choose from a variety of single-player game modes as you train yourself to become the best in the galaxy.

In celebration of the Baseball Superstars 2021 release on mobile devices, many new in-game events are now available where you can earn coveted rewards. King Tiger’s Support grants successful players with [UR] Trainer King Tiger + King Tiger Limited Edition Costume, while Super Progress Support helps players earn Gold and [SR], [SSR] and [UR] Level Up Memory, and Trainer Recruit Support allows players to earn up to 220 Trainer Recruits.

One of the new events in the latest update features an all-new Live Global PvP mode, allowing you to challenge rivals around the world, and the Happy Weekend PvP Weekly Ranking Matches. The Week 1 of Happy Weekend Beta has just concluded a few hours ago with some problems that players were reporting.

Gamevil has acknowledged the problems and has promised to look into all the issues that occurred during the Happy Weekend. This was announced on the Baseball Superstars Facebook page.

Week 1 of Happy Weekend (Beta) ended today (4/4/2021) at 1:59 PM PDT with mixed feelings.

First, we sincerely apologize for multiple issues found from the feature and the inconvenience which you experienced.

All of the known issues that have occurred during Happy Weekend will be thoroughly reviewed and corrected as quickly as possible to establish official content.

The post also mentioned compensation that can be claimed until 11 April and requires you to login before the expiration. The rewards are:

  • DIA x1,000
  • [UR] Support Stone x1
  • Gold x100,000

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