Witch on the Holy Night gets new trailer introducing Alice Kuonji

Witch on the Holy Night

TYPE-MOON shared a new trailer for Witch on the Holy Night‘s Switch and PS4 ports, showcasing character Alice Kuonji.

Here’s the new trailer:

Here’s a rundown on the new ports:

Set in the glamorous and vibrant 1980s, “WITCH ON THE HOLY NIGHT” is the story of a naive boy and his “magician’s night”. It is a juvenile story about a naive boy and two girls known as “witches” set in the glamorous and vibrant 1980s. The PC version of the game has been updated to include the long-awaited full voice-over, as well as full HD images and visuals. The game has been updated from the PC version to include the long-awaited full voice-over, as well as full HD images and video material for an unparalleled visual richness.

Story

Two witches live in a mansion on a hill. Late 1980s. It is the twilight of an era full of splendor and vitality. A boy comes down to the city and crosses paths with two witches living in the modern age.

The boy has lived a very natural life. She lives a dignified life with her breasts outstretched. The girl lives in hiding as if she were asleep.

The three of them are three different star-crossed people. They are not supposed to cross each other. The three of them are different in every way, and their shared life together will not begin until a little while later…

Cast

  • Aoko Aozaki: Haruka Tomatsu
  • Shizuki Kusajuro: Yusuke Kobayashi
  • Kuonji Alice: Kana Hanazawa
  • Kumanashi Kinshika: Anzai Chika
  • Kinomi Yoshisuke: Shohei Kajikawa
  • Tobimaru Tsukishi: Hisanari Fukamachi

Witch on the Holy Night is set to launch worldwide on December 8th for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

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