The new Sega RPG is Sin Chronicle, a mobile game whose narrative changes based on choices you make. Sin Chronicle is from the makers of Chain Chronicle and debuted at the Tokyo Game Show 2021 during a lengthy segment introducing its characters and systems.
Sega calls it a "true role-playing" experience divided into several 10-hour chapters, and each culminates with you choosing who gets to live and who must die.
Every character in Sin Chronicle has an extensive backstory that influences how the narrative develops, and Sega's press release (thanks Gematsu) said "Your hands will shake, and your soul will tremble" when deciding who to ally with.
Sega Unveils New Mobile RPG Sin Chronicle at Tokyo Games Show
Necrobarista composer Kevin Penkin leads a star-studded lineup of guest composers that includes Kenji Ito, Mana and SaGa series composer, and Yasunori Mitsuda (Sea of Stars, Chrono Trigger).
Sin Chronicle releases December 15 in Japan, though there's no word yet on how long players will have to wait for each chapter or whether Sega plans on localizing the RPG. Given Chain Chronicle's popularity, though, we'd be surprised if it didn't make its way West eventually.