Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time adds Amanda, Constanze, and Jasminka; teaser trailer, gameplay

16 minutes of footage, including Luna Nova exploration.

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time

Bandai Namco announced new new information, and debuted a new teaser trailer and 16 minutes of gameplay of Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time during a live stream today.

In addition to previously announced playable characters Akko Kagari, Lotte Yanson, and Sucy Manbavaran, Bandai Namco announced that Amanda O’Neill (voiced by Arisa Shida), Constanze Albrechtsberger (voiced by Rie Murakawa), and Jasminka Antonenko (voiced by Reina Ueda) are also playable.

The game’s official theme song was revealed to be “Toki no Mirage” by Yuiko Ohara, who sings the ending theme song “Hoshi wo Tadoreba” for the TV anime.

The box art illustration was also revealed. It is illustrated by Shuhei Handa, painted by Yukiko Kakita, and features background by Bihou.

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time

During a Q&A session at the end of the live stream, producer Yosuke Futami confirmed that players will be able to explore “almost all” of Luna Nova Magical Academy, and that “almost every” student of the school will appear in the game, which includes over 40 characters that appeared in the anime.

Here’s a look at part of the map:

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time

Finally, Bandai Namco confirmed that it will host a new “Little Witch Academia Anime and Game” broadcast such as today’s every month leading up to the game’s release in Japan. The next broadcast is set for August 20.

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time is due out for PlayStation 4 in Japan on November 30, and for PlayStation 4 and PC in North America and Europe in early 2018.

Watch the footage below.

Teaser Trailer


Time Stamps

  • 2:48:37 to 2:54:50 – Dungeon Gameplay
  • 2:56:08 to 3:00:53 – Character Actions Gameplay (Akko, Lotte, Sucy, Jasminka, and Constanze)
  • 3:01:54 to 3:06:09 – Adventure Gameplay

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