Goddess of Victory: Nikke Teases New Collaboration; New Nikke, Popularity Poll Results, & More Revealed

Shift Up teased a new collaboration coming to Goddess of Victory: Nikke and revealed a new Nikke, the results of the popularity poll, and more upcoming content. 👀

Published: April 22, 2023 1:18 AM /


Goddess of Victory Nikke

Korean developer Shift Up revealed the content of the half-anniversary celebration coming to the popular mobile game Goddess of Victory: Nikke

During a livestream to celebrate the milestone we got the reveal of a new SSR Nikke, Dorothy, who was also introduced in a trailer which you can see below. She is voiced by Megan Shipman in English and Chiwa Saito in Japanese (you can find the Japanese trailer on the local YouTube channel).

If you're unfamiliar with Chiwa Saito, she's the voice of Elaine Auclair in The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki, Jean in Genshin Impact, Imu in the Senran Kagura series, Patty Fleur in Tales of Vesperia, and many more popular roles. 

A second SSR Nikke, Rei, will also be available simply by playing the Overzone event in the game from the update coming on April 27. 

Speaking of Overzone, it's a scenario that explores the past of Pilgrim and shows why its Nikke think the way they do. 

We're also getting a new Rapture, the Motherwhale, two costumes ("Sweet Home" for Alice and "Toxic Rabbit" for Viper), new story chapters (21 and 22), the new minigame White Memory. 

The result of the popularity poll was released, and Modernia turned out to be the winner, with Scarlet and Alice taking second and third place. You can check out the video detailing all the results below. Modernia will receive her own skin as a reward.

Last, but certainly not least, it was revealed that a new collaboration is coming in the second half of this year. The previous collaboration was rather high-profile, with the anime and manga Chainsaw Man.


Goddess of Victory: Nikke is currently available for PC, iOS, and Android. It's free-to-play with optional microtransactions and it has proven to be quite popular since its mobile release worldwide back in November 2022.

If you're unfamiliar with the name Shift Up, it’s the studio that created the popular mobile game Destiny Child and its CEO is famous South Korean artist Hyung-tae Kim. You may be familiar with him for his gorgeous character design in the Magna Carta series and in Blade & Souls.

Currently, the studio is also working on a PS5 action game, originally codenamed Project EVE and recently renamed Stellar Blade

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