Quintessential Quintuplets

The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬ for PS4 & Switch Gets New Gameplay Trailer

Today Mages released a new trailer for the upcoming The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬: Natsu Omoide Mo Go-Tobun game for PS4 and Switch.
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Today Mages released a new trailer for the upcoming The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬: Natsu Omoide Mo Go-Tobun game.

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This time around the trailer focuses on gameplay, showing the various systems that will let the player set schedules for the quintuplets and interact with them on a deserted island.

The game is tied to the upcoming second anime season The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬ that started airing in January and it’s titled “Go-Tobun no Hanayome: Natsu Omoide Mo Go-Tobun,” which translates as “Five Equal Brides ∬: Summer Memories Are Also Split in Five Equal Parts.”

The title could be adapted to The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬: Summer Memories Are Also Split in Five Equal Parts.

You can check the trailer out below alongside an introduction video featuring Miku Nakano’s voice actress Miku Itou.

The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬: Natsu Omoide Mo Go-Tobun (Summer Memories Are Also Split in Five Equal Parts.) will be released for PS4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan on March 25, 2021.

At the moment, no announcement has been made about a possible western release, but Mages’ games are often published in North America and Europe by Spike Chunsoft in the west, so there is hope.

In the meanwhile, you can check out the original reveal and trailera batch of screenshots, and another trailer featuring the opening cutscene.


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