Hololive Error Train Arc Begins and Gets Its Own Site

Hololive Error Train Arc Begins and Gets Its Own Site

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Hololive Error is Cover’s horror project starring its Vtubers and telling a story that appears in videos and an upcoming horror game. Now that a new arc kicked off, there is a new site to go with it. The Hololive Error Train Arc began with episode 9, and people can now explore a site alongside the three episodes in this portion of the story.

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First, in case people missed out, here are the three most recent episodes in this arc. Keep in mind that if you didn’t watch the first eight episodes, there will be spoilers and you might get lost. There are English subtitles for each one, should someone turn on closed captions.

First, here’s Chapter 9: The Ghost of Aogami Station, the episode that kicks off the Train Arc. Oozora Subaru shows up as Ukai Kaoru, Yozora Mel appears as Kisaragi Saya, Ookami Mio appears as Kamishiro Miku, Shirakami Fubuki plays Shirayuki Inari, and Yukihana Lamy is Yukihara Touka.

Episode 10 is Error in Normalcy. It adds Usada Pekora as Mizuta Uzuki.

The most recent episode is Chapter 11: Ghost Train. It launched on April 29, 2022 and focuses on the main “player” character, Uzuki, and Akane. However, Yuka is comes up as well.

As for the site, it gathers information about this arc together. People can see a story synopsis, the profiles of the characters present in this section, and direct links to the latest chapters in the story.

The Hololive Error Train Arc is ongoing. The full version of the Hololive Error game will appear in 2022.

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