Mahoutsukai no Yoru Coming to Switch and PS4 in Japan

Image source: Mahoutsukai no Yoru Twitter

The 2012 Mahoutsukai no Yoru: Witch on the Holy Night PC visual novel by Type-Moon will be released on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in Japan sometime in 2022. 

The Switch and PS4 releases of Mahoutsukai no Yoru, or Mahoyo, will have full voice-acting and HD visuals. An announcement video and visual have been released.

It was announced on the same day that its protagonist Aoko Aozaki, who has a brief appearance in Type-Moon‘s 2000 visual novel Tsukihime, would be joining the cast of MELTY BLOOD: TYPE LUMINA as a DLC character. A few days ago, it was revealed that the visual novel would be receiving an anime movie adaptation.

Mahoutsukai no Yoru is written and directed by Kinoko Nasu. Hirokazu Koyama served as its character designer, while Hideyuki Fukasawa, Keita Haga, James Harris, and hil composed the soundtrack.

Image source: Mahoutsukai no Yoru Twitter

Tech Gian Magazine (as translated by Akihabara Channel, via VNDB) describes the story as:

“Near the end of the Showa Era. (Late 1980s)

In the old mansion rumored that a witch lives, Aoko Aozaki who just started learning sorcery and her teacher, a young mage Alice Kuonji, lived together.

But as if he was guided by an invisible string of fate, a young boy called Soujuurou Shizuki joins them and a strange communal life begins…”

“Late 1980s. The golden age full of brightness and spirits. The boy who came to the urban city passes by the two witches who live in the present”

“The boy lived a really normal life

She lived with pride and confidence

The girl lived hidden as if she’s asleep”

Source: [Official] TYPE-MOON GAMES YouTube channel

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