Panty Party for Switch launches April 25

Dash and dodge in high-speed panty battles.

Panty Party

The Switch version of Panty Party will launch via the Nintendo eShop on April 25 for $14.99 / 1,500 yen, publisher Cosen and developer Animu Game announced. It will support English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Norwegian, Finnish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, and Japanese language options.

Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:


“I have to find… the Warrior of Love!”

“The Warrior of Love…?”

“Yes… it is you! The one who loves panties, the Warrior of Love!”

Dashing on the street, Warriors of Love along with panties, to save humans from the evil intention—and to save themselves from being transformed into panties!

Fight in a funny comedy full of panties, love, and passion, with fierce battles between panties!

Dash and dodge in high-speed battles… with panties!

Panty Party is a fast-paced battle game. Fly as a panty in the street and in-between buildings. Search for the enemy panties and kick their bad!

Key Features

  • Feel emotions of foolishness and excitement… with Panty Party!
  • Energetic dancing music. It is the melody of panties. And a Nintendo Switch-exclusive theme song!
  • Every color imaginable. It is the color of panties.
  • A Story of nonsense and fools brought to you by panties (and the Warrior of Love!).
  • The sentimental thoughts of panties, which you can only experience in Panty Party.
  • Hyper exciting battling, multiple battlegrounds in the city and a full collection of unique panties!
  • Up to four players! And Switch-exclusive units…
  • All panties have unique skills, and a passion skill, to make them even stronger!



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