The Crimson Flower that Divides: Lunar Coupling releases February 23, 2023 for Switch

    Reach all eight endings for a sweet epilogue.

    Dramatic create and Operetta Due announced otome visual novel The Crimson Flower that Divides: Lunar Coupling releases February 23, 2023 for Nintendo Switch.

    The Crimson Flower that Divides: Lunar Coupling supports English, Japanese, and Chinese language options. The PC (Steam) version releases sometime in 2023.

    Here’s an overview of the game via Gematsu:

    A fictional world that’s full of exoticism. This is a romance adventure game for women depicts rich romantic relationships that involve the character’s countries, along with conflicts and beliefs.
    The Crimson Flower that Divides—a PC otome game that gained popularity due to its rich story and unique world view—is now available for Switch with new additional elements!
    The story unfolds on a continent where the number of women has drastically decreased due to an incurable disease known as “The Rot.”
    A young girl, Naala, lives in the southern country of Rus. Her mother is abducted by the northern country of Nasla, leaving her as an orphan.
    Her childhood friend Auri, the next king of Rus and someone whom she adores like a brother, supported her through her hardships.
    Several years after that nightmarish night…
    Naala was welcomed into the royal family, and began to feel at ease in her life as Auri’s bride to be.
    The nightmare begins again, as a decision will have to be made in front of the Nasla army that is kidnapping women.
    Will Naala’s future be one of subordination, or…?
    Additional Elements
    The Japanese version of The Crimson Flower that Divides was ported from PC to PSP and PS vita.
    In addition to the new elements added for the previous ports, The Crimson Flower that Divides: Lunar Coupling includes new scenes, active CG, and multiple languages.
    Key Features
    • Includes all the new elements added to the PSP and PS Vita versions released in Japan! Plus subtitles have been added to voice dramas.
    • New, never-before told stories from the perspective of the main characters!
    • Multiple language support: Japanese, English, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese. (Voices are in Japanese only.)
    Opening Movie

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    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected]

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