‘Little Witch Academia: VR Broom Racing’ Will Come to Oculus Quest in Late 2020

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Little Witch Academia VR Broom Racing

Little Witch Academia: VR Broom Racing (LWAVR)the VR racing game from UNIVRS, Inc. based on the anime, will release on Oculus Quest in late 2020 and PSVR, Oculus Rift, and SteamVR, with support for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, in early 2021.

Directed by Junichi Yamamoto, whose past positions include opening and ending movie director on The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening and storyboard artist of Batman NinjaLWAVR puts fans in the shoes of a new student at Luna Nova Witchcraft Academy.

Learn to soar with the help and encouragement of fan-favorite characters from the anime. Plus, UNIVRS, Inc.’s motion sickness reduction technology keeps the focus solely on the exhilaration of flying.

Become part of an all-new story told across more than 10 tracks spread throughout familiar areas around Luna Nova. Pair up with fellow students to be the first to cross the finish line or purify ghosts in single player mode, then join real-world friends via online multiplayer to explore the rich environments of Little Witch Academia in VR.

Little Witch Academia is a Japanese anime series produced by Studio TRIGGER, one of the leading animation studios founded by the creators behind legendary shows such as Neon Genesis Evangelion. The series consists of two short films, the second of which found huge success on Kickstarter with $625,518 raised from 7,938 backers, and a 25-episode TV series currently available on Netflix.

Successfully funded on Kickstarter and Campfire, a Japanese popular crowdfunding platform, LWAVR raised over $165,000 in total between the two campaigns in July 2019. It was originally scheduled for release in June 2020, but adopting protective measures against COVID-19 has resulted in a change in plans.

It will feature voice acting in English and Japanese from the talents who star in the anime.

To learn more, visit the Twitter account or check the official website.

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