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Love Live! School Idol Festival ALL STARS Game's New Intro Videos, September 26 Release Revealed

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Game gets global version with English, Korean, Chinese, Thai language support

The official YouTube channel for the Love Live! franchise began streaming four new introduction videos for KLab Games and Bushiroad's Love Live! School Idol Festival ALL STARS smartphone game on Saturday and Sunday.

The first three videos feature card introductions for μ's, Aqours, and Nijigaku (Nijigasaki High School Idol Club) respectively, while the fourth video is an overall game introduction video.

The game's official website also revealed on Sunday that the game will officially launch on September 26 in Japan. Additionally, the official Twitter account for the game revealed that the game will receive a global release, with release languages in English, Korean, Chinese, and Thai planned. The Twitter account did not state when the global version will be available.

The game will be a new version of the Love Live! School Idol Festival smartphone game. The new version will include the members of Nijigasaki Academy's Idol Appreciation Club who were introduced last year as part of the game's "Perfect Dream Project" (PDP).

The new game will offer a completely original, fully voiced new story that will bring the members of μ's, Aqours, and Nijigasaki High School Idol Club together. The story will include stories that involve each school, personal stories that deepen the bonds between two characters, and a larger story that will cross the boundaries between all three schools.

The game will also bring new nine-member formation dances, and will have new gameplay systems for the concerts other than the rhythm game that has been present in the game so far. Players will be able to customize the activities of the characters and personalize their skills through a skill tree.

Sources: Love Live! School Idol Festival ALL STARS game's website and Twitter account, Love Live! franchise's YouTube channel via Crunchyroll

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