Aniplex has announced that the PlayStation 4 and Switch port of Witch on the Holy Night has sold over 110,000 copies worldwide since releasing on the 8th of December 2022. The PS4 and Switch versions of the game are based on the 2012 PC version and this is the first time the game received an official English release.

Details via Aniplex:

TYPE-MOON, known for the popular game app Fate/Grand Order and the epic visual novel Tsukihime, is releasing the visual novel Witch on the Holy Night, first released for PC in 2012, on PlayStation 4 and Switch.

Experience a young adult tale, set in the vibrant and bustling 1980s, that follows an innocent young man and two young “witches.”

Updates added since the PC version include the fully voiced characters that fans have long awaited, as well as visuals remastered in full HD, bringing the experience to life with unparalleled image quality.

Various new visual elements not only imbue battle scenes with tension, but also breathe life into the characters’ everyday activities, with motions that bring a sense of animation and make the text even more deeply immersive.

Story

Two witches dwell within a mansion atop a hill.

It is the late 1980s, the twilight years of a vibrant and bustling era. A boy arrives in the city only to encounter two witches living in the present day.

The boy leads a normal life. One of the girls is proud and dignified. The other lives hidden away, as if in slumber.

Three stars in parallel orbit, fated never to meet. The story of how these three completely different characters come to live under one roof will soon be revealed…

First released in 2012 for PC, Witch on the Holy Night returns after 10 years, further refined with fully voiced characters and a full high-definition visual remaster.

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