Pre-orders for the game are also now available at a 10 percent-off discount price of $42.40. The game will cost $46.89 when it launches.
Here is an overview of the demo and game, via dramatic create:
About the Demo
In the demo, you can switch between multiple languages (Japanese, English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese) You cannot transfer save data from the trial into the full version.
About the Game
The game depicts an intense love story in a continent where the number of women has drastically decreased due to an incurable disease called “The Rot.”
This version will feature newly-written epilogue stories of what happens after the best ending for the main eight characters.
The players will also find new, never-before-told stories from the perspective of the main characters.
On a continent where the number of women has drastically decreased due to an incurable disease known as “The Rot.”
A young girl, Naala, lives in the southern country of Rus. Her mother is abducted by the northern country of Nasla Now an orphan, she relies on her friend Auri, the next king of Rus and someone whom she adores like a brother. After several years pass, Naala found herself as the bride-to-be to Auri, but that’s when the Nasla army comes to kidnap women once again.
The Crimson Flower that Divides: Lunar Coupling is due out for Switch on February 23 worldwide with English, Japanese, and Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) language support. A PC (Steam) version is also due out in 2023.