Little Witch Academia, animated by Studio Trigger gets a VR game named “Little Witch Academia: VR Broom Racing” which will be launched on Oculus Quest on October 13, 2020!
On August 11, the official Twitter handle of the game, Little Witch Academia: VR Broom Racing, confirmed the game’s October release.
This VR game uses UNIVRS’s unique anti-motion sickness technology (patent pending) to reduce significantly the VR motion sickness that has limited VR games up until now.
The game is set to provide the user with actual flying experience!
After this exciting news, fans can’t keep calm!
While some are happy with the English dub of the game, others are even considering to buy VR headsets! And some can’t keep calm till it finally becomes available!
Initially set to release in April, 2020-the game now will launch for the PSVR, Oculus Rift, and SteamVR in early 2021 due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
UNIVRS’s Kickstarter campaign in July 2019, earned 8,111,082 yen (about US$ 76,349), surpassing its US$ 46,386 goal.
YURiKA is the singer of the theme song for the game.
Yuiko Ōhara is collaborating on the lyrics and music for the game’s theme song, which was already a part of the musical team for the anime.
About Little Witch Academia
Little Witch Academia is a Japanese anime franchise created by Yoh Yoshinari and produced by Trigger. It is widely popular and has already received several short films, video games, and anime adaptations.
Little Witch Academia takes place at Luna Nova Magical Academy, where young girls are trained to become witches.
Shiny Chariot, a witch, inspires a girl named Atsuko “Akko” Kagari, who enrolls at Luna Nova Magical Academy to become a witch.
But coming from a non-magical background makes her face a lot of difficulties.
This all changes when she discovers the Shiny Rod, a powerful magic relic that Chariot left behind.
Throughout the story, Akko tries to live up to Shiny Chariot’s ideals by showing the world that magic is still beautiful.
Meanwhile, Luna Nova struggles for its continual existence because the general public regards wizardry as outdated.