Aniplex revealed on Tuesday that the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch launch for Type-Moon‘s Mahōtsukai no Yoru (Witch on the Holy Night) seen novel will ship in Japan in December with help for Japanese, English, and Simplified and Traditional Chinese textual content material.

Type-Moon Launches Mahōtsukai no Yoru Game on PS4, Switch in December With English Text

The announcement moreover revealed the stable for the seen novel, which includes:

  • Haruka Tomatsu as Aoko Aozaki
  • Kana Hanazawa as Alice Kuonji
  • Yūsuke Kobayashi as Sōjūrō Shizuki
  • Chika Anzai as Kojika Kumari
  • Toshinari Fukamachi as Tobimaru Tsukiji
  • Shōhei Kajikawa as Hōsuke Kinomi

Tomatsu already beforehand voiced Aoko Aozaki in the character’s present look in the Melty Blood: Type Lumina combating sport.

Type-Moon Launches Mahōtsukai no Yoru Game on PS4, Switch in December With English TextThe new mannequin will in all probability be completely voiced and should have HD graphics.

The distinctive seen novel’s story is about in the late Nineteen Eighties, and services on protagonist Aoko Aozaki, thought-about one in all two sister heirs to an prolonged family line of current mages. Although she is disinterested in magic, she is immediately declared as a result of the heir of their family’s magical art work, and reluctantly begins her apprenticeship beneath Alice Kuonji, a youthful witch who lives in a lonely manor atop a hill. Aoko balances her duties of finding out the arcane, whereas moreover serving as her school’s scholar council president. She moreover makes the acquaintance of Sōjūrō Shizuki, a model new change scholar who’s unfamiliar with a whole lot of the fashionable world, and contends with the plots of her older sister Tōko Aozaki, who feels that her birthright has been denied.

Mahōtsukai no Yoru was one in all many first collaborations between Kinoko Nasu and artist Takashi Takeuchi in the mid-90s, earlier their founding of Type-Moon. Initially a novel, Nasu and Takeuchi solely confirmed the draft to mates and did not formally launch it. Type-Moon lastly developed it into a visual novel with graphics by Hirokazu Koyama that shipped in April 2012, with two sequels deliberate.

The sport is inspiring an anime film by ufotable.

The story is known for being one in all many few tangible connections in the loosely associated “Nasuverse,” the English-speaking fan time interval for the shared universe and cosmology in Type-Moon‘s works, along with Tsukihime, Fate/preserve night, and The Garden of Sinners. An older Aoko Aozaki is an early mentor to Tsukihime protagonist Shiki Tohno, whereas an older Tōko Aozaki is an employer to Garden of Sinners protagonist Shiki Ryōgi. Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-, the remake of Type-Moon‘s Tsukihime dōjin seen novel sport, launched in Japan for PS4 and Switch in August 2021.

Source: PR Times via Gematsu