On the official YouTube channel for the franchise Muv-Luv New promotional videos were released for the project "Muv-Luv Alternative in Animation", which is an anime adaptation of the game Muv-Luv Alternative, and for games for smartphones Project Immortal and Project Mikhail, whose names are, at the moment, provisional.
Age I had previously revealed these videos during a streaming event earlier this month, but the videos featured were intentionally broadcast in low quality and not archived.
The video above is for the “Muv-Luv Alternative in Animation” project, and depicts Takemikazuchi mecha TSF in combat against BETA aliens. The company had already revealed this project during an event held in October 2019.
Next up was the project game for smartphones “Project Mikhail”, which was scheduled to launch later this year and has now been delayed until 2021. Hitoshi Kumano is in charge of the direction of the game, and Yoshiki Kashitani serves as technical director. The action game is planned to be released for mobile devices and PC in Japanese, English and Chinese languages. The game will allow players to use members of the Senjutsuki, and customize their machines and abilities. The staff noted that the game will use a subscription system instead of the well-known “pay to win” model.
Finally, Age released a promotional video for the smartphone game "Project Immortal", which is scheduled to be released in 2021. The company announced this new action RPG in December 2019. The game features characters from the franchise and the Senjutsuki, and players will need to fight hordes of BETA enemies. The game will also feature the ability to be played offline, so even when the online service closes, it can still be played.
After creating the visual novel Kimi ga Nozomu Eien, the developer of games for adults Age launched the first Mub-Lub franchise title in 2003, followed by the game Muv-Luv Alternative in 2006. The franchise has sold more than 500,000 copies and more than 3 million figures, mecha models, and other products.
The spin-off novel Muv-Luve Alternative: Total Eclipse inspired an anime adaptation, and later also its prequel titled Schwarzesmarken it was adapted to animation. The other visual novel, Kimi ga Nozomu Eien also inspired her own anime adaptation.
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