Tears of Themis Takes Players on a New Vacation-Themed Event This Early February

Developer HoYoverse announced that the otome mobile game Tears of Themis will receive its limited-time event, Cozy Couple’s Getaway I, on February 6, the second series of events where players will go on a romantic getaway with one of the four male leads. In this event, players can accompany either Vyn or Marius to Varnai, with the former being a trip to the beaches and the latter taking the main character on a trip to the mountains and forests.

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In Cozy Couple’s Getaway II, which will be coming at a later date, players will get to experience the same getaway, but with male leads Luke or Artem. In both cases, players will choose which male lead they would like to accompany first, and explore various scenic spots, and learning new cultures. Completing both male leads’ Travel Routes will allow players to obtain rewards such as the Event-Limited “Full of Emotions” Badge, S-Chips, Event R Card Fragments, and other rewards.

Lastly, two new SSR cards will be available through a special Shadow of Themis gacha, the first being the “Wishing Star” SSR of Marius and the other being the “Sunset-Dyed Sand” SSR of Vyn. You can view both of the SSR cards via our gallery below:

Tears of Themis takes place in the fictitious city of Stellis, where players kick off their legal career as a rookie attorney, solving cases and issues by conducting investigations and debates. But, when the darkness hidden beneath finally unveils itself, a sinister force that threatens justice and order slowly begins to surface.

The four male protagonists with distinct personalities, also known as the members of the NXX Investigation Team, provide continuous support and assistance throughout this journey. Relationships blossom with the establishment of mutual trust and close cooperation.

Tears of Themis is currently available for Android and iOS, with game text is available in Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, Japanese, and Korean, and dubbing available in Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) Japanese, and Korean.

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