NEXTON and novamicus announced romance visual novel ONE. launches on December 22 for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam in Japan. The Nintendo Switch version will be published by Ares, a prominent visual novel publisher based in Japan.
Pre-orders for ONE. open on May 26 for both Nintendo Switch and Steam. A worldwide release was not announced, however. Alongside the release date announcement, NEXTON and novamicus released a trailer for Mio Kouduki, one of the heroines of ONE. Moreover, the companies shared an extended story synopsis.
The latest details and trailer for ONE. are available below via Gematsu:
The things that keep us tethered to this world.
Winter 1998. I was an ordinary student when another world emerged within me. Like heavy snowfall, it slowly engulfed my everyday life. It was then that I first realized—the unchanging things that exist within my day-to-day routine; the scenery that I’ve become so accustomed to seeing; the warmth of the person I love, but didn’t even realize I loved.
They all exist as the things that keeps me tethered to this world.
That was the moment I first began to pursue the bond of that special someone. Time will pass, and eventually, the seasons will begin to shine in the sunlight. When that moment comes, what kind of world will I be standing in, and whose hand I will be holding?
Mou Kouduki Teaser Trailer
Lastly, ONE. launches December 22 for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam in Japan.
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