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    New The Idolmaster Game Will Be Revealed in March 2024

    The franchise's next major mobile title.

    Bandai Namco confirms that a new game in The Idolmaster series will be revealed on March 5, 2024 at 19:00 JST. This new title will be available for Android and iOS in Japan, and recent trademarks suggest it could be called “The Idolmaster Gakuen (The Idolmaster Academy).” 

    The Idolmaster Gakuen was trademarked on February 8 in Japan, implying that Bandai Namco was preparing to announce and release a new game. According to Gematsu, this will likely be the name of the new game. In addition, the game’s official Twitter account confirms that a reveal will be made on March 5.

    New The Idolmaster Game Gets a Teaser Trailer

    The new The Idolmaster game is untitled, but Bandai Namco released a new teaser trailer to excite fans about the upcoming reveal. The trailer depicts Private Hatsuhoshi Academy and school activities. An idol is also teased in the trailer, but her full face is not shown. More details will be revealed, so stay tuned. 

    Watch the new trailer below.

    The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors anime will premiere in April 2024 and run for 12 episodes in a single cour. All 12 episodes will air on TV Tokyo, BS11, and BS Nippon TV. The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls Theater director Mankyū is directing the anime at studio Polygon Pictures. Yoichi Kato (The Idolmaster Million Live!) is the scriptwriter for the anime. The anime’s opening theme song is “Tsubasa Gravity.”

    While waiting for the new anime, fans may watch The Idolmaster Million Live! on Crunchyroll. Here’s an overview of the anime series:

    Mirai Kasuga’s dream is still elusive, Shizuka Mogami’s idol devotion knows no bounds, and Tsubasa Ibuki? Well, let’s just say she’s never met a serious moment. When these three quirky souls cross paths with the mesmerizing world of idols, prepare for a heart-pounding spectacle. Join our 39 idols as they come together to paint the theaters with the dazzling hues of 1 million dreams!

    Lastly, the latest game in the series, The Idolmaster Shiny Colors: Song for Prism, is available now in Japan for Android and iOS.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    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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