Voez for Switch teaser trailer, screenshots

Rhythm game only playable in portable mode, FAQ reveals.

Voez

Flyhigh Works and Rayark have released the teaser trailer and first screenshots from the recently announced Switch version of rhythm game Voez, which is due out via the Nintendo eShop on March 3 in Japan for 2,500 yen.

The game, originally launched for smartphones, has been downloaded over 10 million times. It features over 100 songs from Taiwanese and Japanese creators, as well as a Switch-exclusive song called “Ascension” by Xi, and free planned updates to add more songs.

A FAQ reveals that the game can only be played in portable mode, and not in TV mode, due the game’s requirement of a touchscreen. The Japanese release supports Japanese, English, Traditional Chinese, and Korean languages.

Watch the teaser trailer below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

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