Umamusume: Pretty Derby - Party Dash Racing to PS4, Switch, and PC Worldwide
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Umamusume: Pretty Derby – Party Dash Racing to PS4, Switch, and PC Worldwide

Cygames announced that the Umamusume: Pretty Derby – Party Dash Switch game revealed during the Japanese June 2023 Nintendo Direct will also appear both worldwide and on the PS4 and PC. There’s still no updated release window beyond 2024. However, languages are confirmed, there’s an English trailer, and a number of its minigames ended up revealed.

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First, here’s the English trailer for this Umamusume: Pretty Derby game. There’s also an English website, and the official Twitter account is sharing updates on the title in English and Japanese. The full game will have English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and both Traditional and Simplified Chinese language options.

The latest announcement went over more of what to expect from The Tracen Academy Slapdash Grand Prix. That event involves “teams” competing in four events. There’s Blazing Baskets, Dodgeball Demolition, Gourmet Gauntlet, and Hurtling Hurdles. Blazing Baskets is a basketball game with a rapidly changing court and “trick shots” for characters. Dodgeball Demolition is a battle royal dodgeball game. Gourmet Gauntlet involves both delivering and eating food. Finally, Hurtling Hurdles is a racing game to get over hurdles while running through different areas.

The Umamusume: Pretty Derby – Party Dash PS4, Switch, and PC game will launch worldwide in 2024.

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