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Muv-Luv Verse English Trailer Introduces the Virtual Space

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There are many facets to the Muv-Luv series, from the games to the manga and anime. Now, there’s a new English video going over one of its more social elements, Muv-Luv Verse. This is an online experience currently in its version 0.5 phase in Japan. The goal is to offer an online space where people can take part in experiences and minigames related to the series and its characters.

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This Muv-Luv Verse English trailer begins by looking at what version 0.5 of the site can do. It mentions how people can make videos. Then, it references the upcoming Muv-Luv Projekt Mikhail spin-off game and Muv-Luv Alternative anime adaptation. It then talks about messaging methods. In both the video and the description, details about things to come also are mentioned. While the video went over minigames and streams, the description mentioned new ways to interact or spend money. For example, there could be Muv-Luv NFTs to buy or AIs to interact with when you go to Muv-Luv Verse. An image of gacha machines also appeared.

Here’s the full Muv-Luv Verse English trailer. However, it doesn’t show any actual footage of the experience.

Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative are available worldwide on the PlayStation Vita and PC and on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 as well in Japan. Project Mikhail is in development for the Nintendo Switch and PC.

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