Visual novel La Campanella della Eterno is coming to Switch

    Currently available now for PC in Japan.

    Ares announced that Windmill Oasis-developed romance visual novel La Campanella della Eterno is coming to Switch. The visual novel releases on September 29 for Switch in Japan and a western release date was not confirmed. The standard retail edition costs 7,480 yen while the digital release costs 6,800 yen. A limited edition will be sold for 11,980 yen.


    The kingdom of Atlastia —

    North of the world, there’s a group of flying islands – this is where the flying continent of Atlastia and its well-known titular kingdom is located. And not only in Atlastia itself – everywhere across the flying islands – the legend of a particular clan is being passed down from generation to generation.

    The legendary heroes clan, “Oasis.”

    Even though they had saved the continent 100 years ago, their sub-commander Chester Silver has laid dormant for ages now. Now, about 100 years have passed and as Chester wakes up from his long arduous slumber he…

    …bears witness to the Idol Princess Claria singing her songs to entertain the public. He wakes up as being one of her supporters cheering her on.

    And then —

    Spurred on by Claria’s admiration for the Heroes Clan “Oasis,” Chester Silver gathers his former companions, the twin sisters Angelique and Juliet Gilbert, to embark on a new adventure.

    At the same time, a mysterious woman who had woken up from her slumber in the crypt of a ruin, Colette says:

    “Now that Colette has woken up, this world’s fate is sealed.”

    Strange incidents begin to occur in the world and with the causality of 100 years past intertwining, the adventure Chester seeks is closer than he thinks.

    La Campanella della Eterno is currently available now for PC in Japan. Stay tuned at Final Weapon for more Japanese gaming news and updates!

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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