Idolmaster Starlit Season Screenshots Reveal Kirari Moroboshi is Very Tall And Cute

Bandai Namco published more screenshots for Idolmaster Starlit Season, the Unreal Engine Idolmaster crossover coming in 2021 on Steam, PS4.

October 7, 2020

Bandai Namco, following the first Starlit Report stream, revealed more screenshots for Idolmaster Starlit Season, coming to PS4 and PC in 2021. The screenshots most notably featuring the newly revealed idols: Nana Abe and Kirari Moroboshi from Idolmaster Cinderella Girls: Starlight Stage. Tsumugi Shiraishi and Kaori Sakuramori from Idolmaster Million Live!: Theater Days. Rinze Morino and Amana Osaki from Idolmaster: Shiny Colors.

You can read more details on Starlit Season and check some gameplay with our summary of the Starlit Report stream.

As you can see with the screenshot gallery further below, Idolmaster Starlit Season features Project Luminous, a special crossover idol unit gathering multiple idols from various Idolmaster games/ in-universe agencies. The game will have many characters interacting with each other for the first time.

Idolmaster Starlit Season is divided into multiple game systems. We have the Free Time section where you can spend one on one time with a specified idol, raising their Bonds Level. Next, you have your job as a producer, where you need to pick up job offers for the idols and support them in time of need via Sakura Taisen like timed choices. Lastly you have the Lesson parts, with three different mini games each corresponding to improving the idol’s singing, dancing, and visual appeal.

The Idolmaster Starlit Season screenshots are included below.

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Bandai Namco first announced Idolmaster Starlit Season on January 20, 2020, as part of the series’ 15th anniversary. It’s the first console game following  The Idolmaster Stella Stage, which launched on PlayStation 4 in December 2017. Starlit Season was supposed to release in 2020 but was now delayed to 2021. Seeing the next Starlit Report stream will be held in January 2021, it’s likely the game won’t release before mid-2021 at the earliest. The next stream will most notably feature gameplay of the concert parts.

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