How to play Epic Seven on PC

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Epic Seven is a free-to-play 2D RPG available on iOS and Android platforms. … Notably, the game has very few loading screens, which stands out from other mobile RPGs. It features a gacha system similar to games such as Fate/Grand Order and Granblue Fantasy where players can randomly summon heroes to join their party.

STEPS TO DOWNLOAD AND PLAY

1
Download BlueStacks and run the installer
2
Complete the one-time setup
3
Go to the search bar at the top-right corner and search for Epic Seven
4
Click the icon then click install on the Google Play screen.
5
Once installation completes, click the Epic Seven icon in the My Apps tab

VIDEOS

COMMENTS

CannibalBunnies says
"First off this game does not make you feel bad for not spending money on it (huge plus). Great gatcha collector where even low lvl characters can be useful in some endgame content due to their unique skills. Great graphics and music. Beat the game before I wanted to spend money on it as I was still playing heavily. 2 things I wish was different tho. Endgame money requirements need to be heavily reduced. I’ve beaten some of the endgame content and I still need to put a heavy focus on gold farming just to do little things to attempt to get better at this game. Spending multiple days just to get a few attempts at better gear or seeing if it maxes into amazing gear really is a bummer because the answer is usually no. Not to mention promoting characters (you do that a lot!) removing or changing gear, efficient summoning (tavern is the best), and like 3 other things. Raid should change elements once a week or something. Having a majority of a raid being fire even if the bosses are not all fire means the requirements to start raiding are usually limited to newer players. I’m more than qualified for raid but some of my strongest players are green and they get destroyed while blue is my weakest and they’re what I need. I’m forced to use weaker guys and it’s taken awhile for me to clear much because of that fact."
Izzy Stryke says
"40 hours later... I love almost everything about this game. The animation is amazing, there’s mostly good balance, and the story is pretty interesting! I’ve invested about 40 hours into the game without paying, and it’s been a wonderful experience...mostly. I have a few complaints. 1. The time investment needed to succeed is massive. I highly recommend this game, but only if you can put a lot of time into it. There was a point where I could only play for like 5 hours for 2 weeks and catching up after that was difficult, though doable. 2. The drop rates for good heroes are low when compared to the difficulty in acquiring enough summoning bookmarks. Sky stones and bookmarks are hard to come by, and the system is almost entirely luck based unless you’re willing to spend a LOT of money. I typically have good luck when it comes to this, but I know many people who didn’t. 3. Dizzy. Everything about her is OP, but a new player can’t access her since she was a limited hero. All of her attacks are AOE, she has the 3 most painful debuffs in the entire game, and the only real counters to her are heroes that can clear debuffs. The PVP system as a whole is pretty good, so when Dizzy pops up it really grinds my gears. Overall: I love this game. I love its characters, story, UI, PVP and PVE systems, community, and animation style. I recommend it for everyone, but those 3 problems hold it back from being a 5-Star game."

GUIDES

WIKI/TOOLS

A wiki site for Epic Seven and also comes with character guides, data and tier list ratings.
Official Epic Seven forums.
Summon characters for free!
A simple lab calculator to figure out your morale points.