Touhou Sky Arena: Matsuri Climax for Switch launches in November or December in Japan, DLC characters Yukari Yakumo and Yuyuko Saigyouji announced

Season Pass to include all three additional characters.

Touhou Sky Arena: Matsuri Climax

The Switch version of Touhou Sky Arena: Matsuri Climax will now launch in November or December in Japan, publisher Mediascape and developer Area Zero announced. It was previously planned for summer.

In addition to the previously announced downloadable content character Toyosatomimi no Miko, Area Zero announced that Yukari Yakumo and Yuyuko Saigyouji will also be released as downloadable content characters. The characters will be released one by one for all three versions of the game—PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and Switch—between November 2018 and March 2019. A Season Pass including all three characters will also be available.

Touhou Sky Arena: Matsuri Climax

Alongside the downloadable content, new battle songs will also be added, including songs from returning artists Butaotome and A-One, as well as new artists C-Clay, Sync.Art’S, and Shinra Banshou.

While the PS Vita version of Touhou Sky Arena: Matsuri Climax was never released in the west, the PlayStation 4 version is available now in North America and Europe.

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