Little Witch Academia for PS4 and PC Gets New Trailer, Lots of Gameplay; New Characters Revealed

A lot of gameplay of Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time for PS4 and PC has been revealed by Bandai Namco, alongside a new trailer and three new playable characters.

on July 23, 2017 11:57 AM

Bandai Namco hosted today a long livestream focusing on the upcoming game Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time, and the anime that inspired it.

During the livestream, a new trailer also debuted, showing off both cutscenes and gameplay. You can see that in the first embed at the bottom the post.

The second video is the livestream itself, showcasing quite a lot of interesting elements introduced by Producer Yosuke Futami. You might be familiar with him for handling the whole range of Sword Art Online games by Bandai Namco.

We get to see the key art of the game, and the reveal of new playable characters that will be familiar to fans of the anime, Amanda, Costanze and Jasminka.

The game’s rich collector’s edition for Japan is also revealed (while we have no info on whether this will come west), including an art-book, an anime Blu-Ray, a two soundtrack, and a tarot.

At the 02:48:34 mark you can see quite a bit of battle gameplay, followed at 02.56:05 by a video showing gameplay actions for multiple characters. At 03:01:50 we get to see the adventure part of the game, in which Akko will look for clues on the Seven Wonders of the Luna Nova Magical Academy and interacts with other characters.

You can check out images and videos below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy some really lovely screenshotsanother large batchthe first trailer with English subtitles.

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time will release in Japan on November 30th exclusively for PS4, and will come to the west in early 2018, adding a PC version on top of Sony’s console.


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