Cytus Alpha – A Full Remake of Mobile Game Cytus Coming to Switch | Pre-order Now!
Nintendo™ Switch – JP & US
Last July, we have learned that Flyhigh Works will be publishing a port of the mobile rhythm game, Cytus, on Nintendo Switch with a new name, Cytus Alpha. It has also been confirmed that Cytus Alpha will arrive in North America as well with an expected release date on April this year in both digital and physical format.
The company announced that they will be including a special CD that includes music from a chapter of the game on Cytus Alpha’s initial release, which you can find below.
Cytus Alpha is going to be a full remake of the previous game and has reportedly been defined as a complete transformation from the mobile version of the game.
If you are unfamiliar with the game, Cytus is a rhythm game originally developed by Rayark, the talented studio behind VOEZ and Deemo. The game features a futuristic art style with more than 200 of both old and new songs for the newcomers and the already pro in the game to enjoy.
Furthermore, there’s also online multiplayer in the game where players can compete in score battles.
You can check out the teaser trailer of the game below followed by its key features and screenshots.
- Music: More than 200 tracks from the original release with over 400 Charts, and additional unreleased songs, including exclusive songs from Cytus Ω, which are available in Chapter Ω! and collaborations from Chapter Ω!
- Visuals: Mesmerizing futuristic graphics with a new UI developed specifically for Nintendo Switch!
- Story: An in-depth data system for diving into even deeper story engagement!
- Difficulty: Easy to hard modes to satisfy beginners and veteran rhythm game players alike, and various musical tastes such as pop, jazz, trance, hardcore and more!
If you want to pick up this game and pre-order it as early as now, you can do it here at Playasia. Just simply click the button below to reserve your copies.
Coming out in Japan and North America on April 2019! Don’t forget to secure your copies now.