Tokyo, Japan – March 25, 2022 – KLab Inc., a leader in online mobile games, announced that its head-to-head football simulation game Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team will add new chapters to NEXT DREAM, the original story by the author of “Captain Tsubasa” Yoichi Takahashi, starting Friday, March 25, 2022.
Check out the brand new PV of NEXT DREAM premiering today:
The brand new original story NEXT DREAM began September 2021. Players and their transfer destinations were steadily introduced in the prologue and set up the stage for the continuation of the story.
The updated scenarios from February 2022 have begun to reveal where the main characters are heading and mark a conclusion to the story prologue.
In the scenario available starting today, fans will finally be able to read the beginning of the main story. This includes the start of the league matches for each country and setting the stage for the characters to compete against one another.
New scenarios will be added monthly in the future, so please be sure to check out the game.
About NEXT DREAM
The plot for the new original story NEXT DREAM was created by Yoichi Takahashi, the author of “Captain Tsubasa”, and is produced by KLab under his supervision.
The story takes place after the Madrid Olympics in Captain Tsubasa Rising Sun, currently being serialized in the Grand Jump special edition Captain Tsubasa Magazine (Shueisha). It highlights the appearances of familiar characters in new roles and brand new characters every month in the game.
The Story So Far of NEXT DREAM
The story begins when familiar players, including Tsubasa Oozora, receive offers from overseas club teams and transfer to various parts of Europe.
Genzo Wakabayashi, who lost his chance to play in Hamburg, Germany. Kojiro Hyuga, who experienced setbacks in Italy. Taro Misaki, who gave up on going to France because of the accident. Don’t miss the new stories as these three make their comebacks in Europe.
What Comes Next?
The Japanese players who moved to Europe will face off in the German league! Fans can look forward to the heated competition between players and the future of new characters.
Where to Read the NEXT DREAM Story
The NEXT DREAM story features new illustrations (partial voice overs) and can be accessed in the Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team game app. The story can be accessed with minimal game play and without the need to clear in-game matches and events.
In addition, the scenarios released so far can be read any time and new scenarios will be added once a month.
Where to Read NEXT DREAM
- Download the game app “Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team”
- Clear the tutorial (only the first match)
- Select NEXT DREAM from “Scenario” on the menu screen
The Official Website Updated!
The NEXT DREAM official website has also been updated to introduce more detailed information. Fans will be able to learn more about the story including a list of teams and what characters have appeared so far.
NEXT DREAM In-Game Campaigns Begin!
New in-game campaigns start today to celebrate the new story!
In addition to a new Transfer including characters from the story, there will also be limited events like the “New Story Release Celebration Cup” so fans can enjoy the new story and game campaigns.
NEXT DREAM Transfer
Event Period: Friday, March 25 until Friday, April 1 (UTC+9)
Brian Kluivoort and Leon Dick of Amsterdam (NEXT DREAM) debut as new players in this Transfer! This is a Step-Up Transfer where 1 SSR player is guaranteed on Step 3 and 1 Pick-UP SSR player is guaranteed on Step 5.
*Returns to Step 1 after the final Step (Step 5).
*There is an SP exchange limit.
About Captain Tsubasa
Created by Yoichi Takahashi, “Captain Tsubasa” is a Japanese manga that centers on the sport of football. Since premiering in Shueisha’s landmark manga anthology Weekly Shonen Jump in 1981, the series has grown into a legend that has inspired and delighted countless football fans around the world for decades.
Even after the end of the initial serialization, the story has continued to evolve with new works highlighting the growth and development of main character Tsubasa Ozora. The series’ popularity continues to thrive, with Captain Tsubasa Rising Sun finishing its appearance in Shueisha’s manga anthology, Grand Jump in 2019, and a special issue called Captain Tsubasa Magazine began serialization in 2020.
The series has sold over 70 million volumes in Japan alone. Captain Tsubasa’s popularity extends beyond borders, having been translated and published around the world in 20 languages, finding fans and winning the hearts of football lovers around the globe.
Overview of Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team
Title: Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team
Supported OSes: Android™ 4.4+, iOS 10.0+
* Not available on some devices.
Genre: Head-to-head football simulation game
Released: June 13, 2017
Price: Free-to-play (In-app purchases available)
Supported Regions: Global (Excludes Japan and Mainland China)
Supported Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, and Thai
Official Website: https://www.tsubasa-dreamteam.com/en
Official Twitter Account: @tsubasaDT_en
Official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/tsubasaDTen
Official YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTgOPO7kIQ35YzB7SBIQoWQ/
Official Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/6tyEs48
Copyright: ©Yoichi Takahashi/SHUEISHA
©Yoichi Takahashi/SHUEISHA/TV TOKYO/ENOKIFILM
Android, Google Play, and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google LLC.
Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
KLab is a leader in online mobile gaming. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Tokyo, the company is listed on the 1st Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. KLab has consistently ranked as one of the top 52 grossing game publishers worldwide since 2012. With its emphasis on quality and innovative games, KLab continues to grow at a rapid pace, expanding beyond the Japanese market with an office in Shanghai. For more information about KLab, please visit https://www.klab.com/en/.