The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross (7DS) for Android is a free RPG based on the eponymous manga hit. The game stays true to the original story of the seven banished knights fighting to clear their name, and you will have to team up with other players to win your battles. Its gameplay is similar to the classic Dragon Ball Legends.
With a turn-based structure and cinematic anime action, you’ll soon be immersed in the 7DS world. However, in addition to the classic RPG gameplay, AR functionalities help bring this fantasy world to life. You can even take a photo alongside an AR-generated character from the game!
What is The Seven Deadly Sins?
The Seven Deadly Sins are a group of knights wrongly accused by the Holy Knights of plotting to overthrow the Liones Kingdom. The 7DS game faithfully recreates the source story and weaves it into an enthralling mix of recruiting comrades, team strategy, and various battle modes, including Death Match, PvP, and Arena.
Is The Seven Deadly Sins safe?
If you download 7DS from a reputable source, you can rest assured that it’s not bundled with any PuPs (potentially unwanted programs). However, to use the AR functionality within the game, you’ll have to grant the app permission to access your device’s camera.
How do I uninstall 7DS?
Since The Seven Deadly Sins is a free, fully developed app and not an APK, you can uninstall it in the same way as any other Android app. You will need to find the game in your app list, long-press on it, and hit ‘Uninstall’. If your Android launcher demands that you unlock it, long-press on the app again and hit ‘Uninstall’. This time, the app will be uninstalled from your device.
Heading back to the classics
The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross takes the classic concept of turn-based battle games to a whole new level. Although it’s free to download, there are in-app purchases including packs of diamonds for acquiring additional equipment and a weekly subscription. If the availability of in-app purchases is an issue for you, they can be disabled via your device’s settings.
It doesn’t have a novel approach to combat, but the short top-down strategy sequences and truly cinematic cut-scenes do an excellent job putting you in the thick of the action. The attention to detail shown by the developer contributes to this because they’ve given it the slightly grainy look of a comic book instead of being too glossy.
Developer Netmarble has done a brilliant job with this anime-based game, and in our opinion, they have surpassed that much-loved classic Dragon Ball Legends for gameplay and atmosphere.