WitchSpring R Delayed to 2023, Fourth Trailer

    More work to be done before 2023 begins.

    Kiwi Walks announced upcoming RPG remake WitchSpring R has been delayed to 2023 for consoles and PC via Steam. Although WitchSpring R was delayed, a demo will be available starting in spring 2023.

    Throughout the remainder of 2022, Kiwi Walks will be working on improving 2D illustration and adding 3D art, sound related work, and tweaking game balance and other game content. Once 2023 begins, development focus will shift onto voiceovers, quality assurance, soundtrack, and polishing.

    Here’s an overview of the game via Steam:

    The story of a witch who is chased after by warriors.

    WitchSpring R is a story-based RPG that combines elements of training, collecting, and exploring.

    Outside, you can enjoy collecting magical ingredients, fighting against warriors and monsters, and developing stories with various characters.
    At home, you can enjoy training your own witch by scheduling training, and fusing magic ingredients that can be collected from the field.

    The witch’s ending is enriched by the player’s choice and the witch’s growth.

    “Train” the witch to survive
    • Running, meditation, swimming… train your witch through various training.
    • By fusing the collected magic ingredients, you can create tools to increase the witch’s stats.
    • Add nourishments to your weapons for achieving advancement in your ideal areas, and create your own battling style.
    “Collect” a variety of magic, tools, and pets
    • Create items by fusing magic ingredients that can be collected from all over the forest.
    • Utilize different magic properties to engage in strategic battles.
    • Tame the monsters and make them your pets, so you can get help in the field and battle.
    Enjoy a story-based “Adventure”
    • Progress the story and train Pieberry while exploring the field.
    • A friend? An enemy? Or…? Discover hidden stories through the interactions with the field’s characters.
    • Sometimes you can even disguise yourself as a human and invade the village.
    Fourth Trailer

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon. 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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