Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue Soars onto Nintendo Switch Today

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AOKANA | Visual

PQube and NekoNyan are proud to announce that Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue is now available both physically and digitally for Nintendo Switch. All first print physical copies of the game come with a 100 page art book. The PlayStation 4 version was originally slated to launch at the same time, but was delayed to later this year due to development issues.

Aokana | Switch Limited Edition

You can check out the Switch launch trailer below.

 

PQube describes the game as follows:

The story of Aokana plays in a world where science finally did it and invented anti-gravity shoes! With the dreamlike ability to freely fly through the skies, a form of sport called Flying Circus became popular, where athletes soar through the air to score points.

Slip into the role of Masaya, a former competitor, that encounters the new transfer student Asuka who strives to learn how to fly. Get involved in the Flying Circus sports club, support the ambitious girls and eventually end up with your own head in clouds!

Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue is now available worldwide for Nintendo Switch and PC. The PlayStation 4 version is scheduled to launch later this year.

About Patrick Aguda

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