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Dragon Star Varnir Switch Version Lands in Japan This Month

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The Switch version of Dragon Star Varnir is preparing to land in Japan. Compile Heart announced it will debut on the eShop on May 27, 2021. It also opened the Switch version of its official site, which is filled with brief video clips showing how it will run.

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Dragon Star Varnir is set in a world where Requiem constantly hunts down dragons and the witches that could potentially turn into them. Zephy is one of these knights. However, while on duty a dragon nearly kills him and two witches feed him dragon blood to save his life. What follows is an opportunity for him to see things from the other sides. He then fights alongside the witches, who experience an incredibly dangerous, dire, and heartbreaking struggle to survive. Fortunately, they can “devour” Dragon Cores to get stronger and fight back.

There’s also an official announcement trailer for the Dragon Star Varnir Japanese Switch debut. However, it only shows off the game’s opening movie and theme song. People can’t actually see the game in action there, though. The “System” section of the official site is the best place to look for examples.

Dragon Star Varnir appeared on multiple platforms worldwide. It first debuted on the PS4 in 2019. Later that same year, a PC version launched

Dragon Star Varnir will come to the Nintendo Switch in Japan on May 27, 2021. It will cost 4,800円 (~$44). It is available worldwide on the PS4 and PC.

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