Atelier Online is a new mobile adventure RPG for the iOS and Android platforms about becoming an alchemist in Bressisle. This game is the first mobile entry in the series, and brings back a number of characters that you will remember if you have played the previous Atelier games. You can customize your characters in hundreds of different ways, synthesize thousands of items, and more.
Like many other mobile RPGs, Atelier Online has promo codes that can be used to get free items and currency. The developers, Boltrend, tend to be rather generous with the codes, giving them out frequently either as a way to promote the game or as a way to reward fans who follow the game on social media.
Read on for a list of promo codes, how to get more of them, and how to redeem them for free gifts in Atelier Online!
In order to redeem a code, first, get all the way through the tutorial so that you can tap or click wherever you want. Once you’re there, tap on the menu button in the top right corner of the screen (the one that looks like a 3×3 grid) to go to the “other menu” area.
After you do that, tap the code button. Either type the code in or copy and paste it from somewhere else, then confirm it. If it works, you will be able to get free stuff after the final step.
The final step, uniquely, is that you have to close out the game, then open it back up again, and then once you do, go to the gift box icon, which is next to that original menu button on the main screen. There, you will be able to claim the reward that you earned when you entered the code(s).
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Facebook is the obvious first place to start to find codes. This is one of the places where the developer maintains an official page for the game, and they post frequently in order to keep their fans engaged, so it stands to reason that many of these posts would contain codes. Subscribe to the page so that you don’t miss out on any codes, and go back through old posts to see if you have missed any that have already been posted.
They don’t maintain an official present on Instagram or Twitter, or most other social networks, but check anyways, because codes cannot even pop up from the fan discussion. Look for codes that players have shared, but ignore any offers for codes in exchange for surveys, because these are scams and are not to be trusted.
There is an official Subreddit for the game that is maintained by the developer, so this is going to be an extremely active source for fan discussion, including codes that have been shared by fans, and even codes that have been shared by the developer themselves. Subscribe and keep on the lookout for codes, and if you have some that have not been shared, then be sure to share them.
Twitch and YouTube are excellent sources for Codes, because streamers often get codes exclusively from the developers for the sole purpose of being used in streams and videos. They will typically announce in the title of the video when they have codes to share, making it easy to search.
Discord is another great source for codes due to how instantaneous the discussion is, so be sure to join the channel to see codes as soon as they are shared. If you have codes to share, then be sure to share them yourself.
So far, the following codes have been shared for Atelier Online:
Be sure to keep checking back, because we will keep this article updated with new codes, and if you have codes that you don’t see posted in this article, then post them in the comments!