HoloParade will be the first Holo lndie paid Hololive Vtuber game, and a trailer and screenshots appeared ahead of its December debut.
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See the HoloParade Hololive Vtuber Tower Defense Game

A new trailer and additional details about HoloParade, a Hololive Vtuber tower defense game debuting in December 2023, appeared. It will be $3.99 and, while it includes 65 performers, has no in-app purchases.

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This is a side-scrolling tower defense game not unlike The Battle Cats. People collect and deploy Hololive Vtubers to fight against various monsters. 

Here’s the first trailer. It begins by showing a crew with Hololive English Myth members like Amelia Watson, Calliope Mori, and Gawr Gura. After that, we see Ookami Mio and Shirakami Fubuki on the attack. Sakura Miko and Hoshimachi Suisei show up after that.  In addition to the Vtubers, their mascots also show up as allied units. The video also confirms the Hololive Productions office shows up as the hub area, with Harusaki Nodoka, one of the official staff alongside A-chan, providing voice acting for these segments. 

There are also a number of initial screenshots. While these are in Japanese, the game will feature English and Indonesian translations as well.

As a reminder, this is the first of the Holo Indie paid games. Cover announced that people can now make Hololive and Holostars Vtuber games and release them on Steam, so long as people follow guidelines and register it with the company.

If people prefer the Holostars to Hololive performers, there’s another game available in November 2023. The Doppelganger visual novel starring the Tempus Vtubers is out on PCs now.

HoloParade will appear on PCs on December 1, 2023. 

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