PR: Muv-Luv BackerKit Lockdown Date and New Giveaway

Monday, February 29th, 2016

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Degica have announced via a press release the lockdown date of their Kickstarter for the translation of the Muv-Luv trilogy that they are handling publishing duties for.

Due to popular demand Degica have extended the deadline for the BackerKit by a week to March 9 to give more potential backers the chance to back the project, or fill out the BackerKit survey if they haven’t already. To do so, they will need to email muvluv@degica.com to get started.

They also announced the “Share a Little Luv” giveaway to celebrate this. Prizes are a hand drawn Shikishi, backer rewards and Steam keys for Sekai Project published visual novels and other Degica titles. This giveaway can be found here.

The first releases from the Kickstarter project, Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative are due out in 2016 for PC, then followed by releases of the PS Vita and Android versions.

As somebody who is eagerly anticipating this project, I’m really looking forward to reading this saga for the first time and having more backers on board means more rewards from the highest grossing visual novel Kickstarter of all time. If anyone else fancies getting in on this, best get on it now and spread the Luv.

Source: Press Release

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