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Square Enix’s Love Live! School Idol Festival PS4 Game Heading West in March

Love Live School Idol Festival PS4 after school ACTIVITY Wai-Wai!Home Meeting

The Love Live! School Idol Festival PS4 game is heading to the west on the same day it will appear in Japan. Folks will be able to go to the PlayStation Store to download the free base version of Love Live! School Idol Festival ~after school ACTIVITY~ Wai-Wai! Home Meeting!! and play along with μ’s, Aqours, and Saint Snow songs on March 24, 2021. It won’t be available physically.

Should someone buy every add-on for the game, they’ll get 125 songs and 69 costumes. That’s optional, however. The official website showed the School Unity μ’s and Aqours costumes and Saint Snow Believe Again costumes will be free for everyone. So will the following Love Live! School Idol Festival songs.

  • “Daydream Warrior” – Aqours
  • “Donna Tokimo Zutto” – μ’s
  • “It’s Our Miraculous Time” – μ’s
  • “Kimitayo Hand in Hand” – Aqours
  • “Loneliest Baby” – μ’s
  • “Mirai no Bokura wa Shitteru yo” – Aqours
  • “Susume Tomorrow” – μ’s
  • “Yuki wa Doko ni? Kimi no Mune ni!” – Aqours

While it is a bit old, here’s the Love Live! School Idol Festival PS4 trailer showing what you can expect from the rhythm game. It only focuses on the rhythm game elements and doesn’t show the View Live Show Mode, where you set up a song and watch it performed, or Live Show Medley Mode, where you choose multiple songs and basically set up a whole concert.

People will be able to play Love Live! School Idol Festival ~after school ACTIVITY~ Wai-Wai! Home Meeting!! on PS4s digitally on March 24, 2021, with free a free version and additional songs and costumes available to buy. The anime series can be found on Funimation.

Jenni Lada
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