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Full Idolmaster Voyager Music Video Released

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Bandai Namco made good on its promise to provide Idolmaster fans with more of the franchise’s latest single “Voyager” (or “[email protected]”).

Though the Idolmaster series’ 16th Anniversary stream event teased the song’s CD release by August 4, the official Idolmaster Youtube channel uploaded the full-length animated music video for all to see.

Voyager is the Idolmaster series “Concept Movie” for 2021. It’s essentially an animated music video teasing the future of the series from 2021 onward.

It stars fifteen characters from various Idolmaster franchise games, including The Idolmaster, Cinderella Girls, Million Live, Shiny Colors, and male idols from the SideM series. The video was produced by anime studio Cloverworks, which also produced the Fate/Grand Order: Absolute Demonic Front Babylonia anime series and its upcoming Solomon feature film sequel.

The Voyager music video involves the following characters and their respective idol groupings:

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  • Haruka Amami (voiced by Eriko Nakamura)
  • Makoto Kikuchi (voiced by Hiromi Hirata)
  • Takane Shijou (voiced by Yumi)

Cinderella Girls

  • Syuko Shiomi (voiced by Lu Ting)
  • Minami Nitta (voiced by Aya Suzaki)
  • Hayate Hisakawa (voiced by Rika Nagae)

Million Stars

  • Umi Kosaka (voiced by Reina Ueda)
  • Tsumugi Shiraishi (voiced by Saki Minami)
  • Anna Mochizuki (voiced by Shiina Natsukawa)

315 Stars

  • Kyoji Takashiro (voiced by Yuichiro Umehara)
  • Genbu Kurono (voiced by Toshinari Fukamachi)
  • Chris Koron (voiced by Wataru Komada)

Shiny Colors

  • Natsuha Arisugawa (voiced by Akiho Suzumoto)
  • Fuyuko Mayuzumi (voiced by Eri Yukimura)
  • Toru Asakura (voiced by Yuu Wakui)

The Idolmaster “Voyager” single is available on CD and went on sale on August 4, 2021. The next mainline title, The Idolmaster Starlit Season, is due on October 14, 2021 in Japan on PlayStation 4 and PC. No plans have been announced regarding an overseas localization.

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