In perhaps the most recent example of being incredibly eager, ASTRA: Knights of Veda has dropped its second collaboration with South Korean boyband Seventeen, named so as it consists of exactly thirteen members and a video collaboration with Lee Na Gyung of fromis_9.

The audio and visual aspects also go hand in hand in hand with gaming, so it’s nice to get a few treats in these categories. Seunkwan of Seventeen has released an OST titled Lonely Stars, an acoustic guitar and piano-backed melody recorded in Korean, Japanese, and English, following bandmate Hoshi’s release earlier this month.

For those who prefer to listen with their eyes, then you too are in look as Lee Na Gyung from girlf group fromis_9 is staring in a short film. Playing the role of Veda, Lee Na Gyung gets up close and personal with the world of Planis. If you like seeing the nuts and bolts of everything, there is even a behind-the-scenes making-of on the YouTube channel.

These collaborations are all well and good, however, it's not as if ASTRA really needs the publicity, already having smashed past 2.5 million pre-registrations, an astonishing number, even more so when we remember that they only opened this month, less than twenty days ago, which is insane.

Luckily, for anyone thinking about grabbing this clearly anticipated game when it launches, all these registrations equal a fat bundle of goods for anyone who signs up. So far four of the five reward milestones have fallen, resulting in everyone receiving 30,000 Gold, two Crystals of Relationships, and a bunch of upgrade materials when it launches. Should ASTRA cross 3 million, which seems inevitable at this stage, an extra four Crystals of Relationship will be added.

If you are one of the few who haven’t pre-registered for ASTRA: Knights of Veda, then you can join the hivemind and register on Google Play or the App Store.

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