Crypton Future Media announced Hatsune Miku Fushigi-na Hoshi to Negai no Kakera, a new Hatsune Miku game coming soon to Nintendo Switch. A release date was not announced, but the new Nintendo Switch game’s release in the Nintendo eShop is seemingly imminent.
The title of Hatsune Miku Fushigi-na Hoshi to Negai no Kakera roughly translates to Hatsune Miku: The Mysterious Star and Fragments of a Wish, but an official English title was not revealed. Moreover, a new illustration for the upcoming Nintendo Switch game was prepared by illustrator 7:24. Crypton Future Media states that more information about the new title is coming soon and hopes fans look forward to its release.
これから色々なゲーム情報を発信していきますので続報をお楽しみに！#初音ミク #ミクホシ pic.twitter.com/7iNxwaRDis
— クリプトン・モバイルコンテンツチーム (@cfm_mobile) May 10, 2023
The latest Hatsune Miku release by Crypton Future Media appears to be Hatsune Miku Logic Paint S for PC via Steam, which launched on November 19, 2022. Players may solve various 5×5, 15×15, and 20×20 puzzles to unlock several illustrations of Miku and her friends. Hatsune Miku Logic Paint S is also available now for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via the Microsoft Store.
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