Towaware no Palm: Refrain coming to Switch on March 12, 2020 in Japan

The "through the glass experience" love adventure game sequel.

Towaware no Palm: Refrain

Capcom will release Towaware no Palm: Refrain, the “through the glass experience” love adventure game sequel first released for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play in December 2018, for Switch on March 12, 2020 in Japan, the company announced.

Just like the Switch version of the original game, Towaware no Palm: Refrain can be played in TV, table, and handheld modes, and supports both the Joy-Con and Switch Pro controllers. When using a controller, players operate the game by moving a cursor on the screen, and some scenes also make use of the controller’s gyro functionality. In table and handheld modes, touch controls are also supported. And in handheld mode, the device can be turned vertically to be played in the same way as the smartphone version. Other features in the Switch version include larger illustrations, an art gallery, and Traditional and Simplified Chinese language support.

The Switch version will be available in the following formats:

Name Price Included Content
Main Story Additional Content Pack A Additional Content Pack B Additional Content Pack C Collector’s Edition Goods Memorial Box
Physical
Deluxe Edition 6,990 yen
Collector’s Edition 9,990 yen
e-Capcom Complete Edition 18,000 yen
e-Capcom Limited Edition 15,000 yen
Digital
Standard Edition 3,627 yen
Deluxe Edition 6,355 yen
Additional Content Pack A 1,364 yen
Additional Content Pack B 1,364 yen
Additional Content Pack C 1,364 yen

Towaware no Palm: Refrain will be playable the Capcom booth at Jump Festa 2020, which runs from December 21 to 22 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.

Watch the announcement trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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