Nintendo Switch To Get The Musical Runner Lost In Harmony Next Month

Posted: May 25 2018, 7:37am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Nintendo Switch to Get the Musical Runner Lost in Harmony Next Month
  • Nintendo Switch Next to Get the Musical Game Lost in Harmony

Lost in Harmony developers announced the launch of the game on Nintendo Switch

Lost in Harmony is a fantastical musical runner game that brings a blend of a deeply emotional story with a rhythmic game. The game will be coming to Nintendo Switch.

Global game publisher Playdius and independent game developer Digixart Entertainment made the announcement. The multi-award winning musical adventure is set to release on Nintendo Switch and PC on June 21, 2018.

The game revolves around two teenage characters, Kaito and Aya. The audio odyssey follows their adventures where they overcome many adversities and travel together across a beautiful, hand-drawn dream world.

The goal is to keep up with the music. For that, the game offers a thrilling soundtrack including artists like Wyclef Jean, Onoken, Tadayoshi Makino, Fumitake Igarashi, and Godspeed Vivix.

Nintendo Switch will make use of the touchscreen and Joy-Con functionality with rumble for the gameplay. The game was previously released in mobile version.

Guillaume Jamet, Head of Publishing at Playdius said in a statement, “Lost in Harmony is a wonderful addition to our Nintendo Switch lineup. We are delighted to work together with YoanFanise and his entire team at Digixart. They are among the most creative development studios in Montpellier in the South of France and we are happy to have the opportunity to bring their ‘out of box’ rhythm game to a new audience.”

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