Kizuna AI - Touch the Beat! Will Support Touch & Gyro Controls on Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch version of Kizuna AI - Touch the Beat! will support touch and gyro controls.😍

Published: February 9, 2023 2:14 PM /


Kizuna AI - Touch the Beat

Today developer Gemdrops had news to share about the Nintendo Switch version of its upcoming rhythm game Kizuna AI - Touch the Beat!.

The game will support touch controls on Nintendo's console. You can simply touch the screen to navigate the menu and select songs, and even during the rhythm part of the game

On top of that, gyro controls are also supported, but these will let you move the camera around, providing a look at Kizuna Ai from your favorite angles. You can enjoy a few screenshots and official artwork for the game in the gallery below. 

If you're not familiar with Kizuna AI - Touch the Beat!, it's a rhythm game coming to PS5 on February 22 as a launch game for PlayStation VR2 (it will playable on a normal screen as well). It'll then release for Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PC via Steam on April 27.

It stars Kizuna Ai, who basically kickstarted the Vtuber phenomenon in 2016. She currently has over 3 million subscribers on her main YouTube channel and her popularity has sparked a ton of different products including figures and an upcoming anime series that should air this year. She even appeared via collaborations in several video games like Azur Lane. It was only a matter of time before her own video game appeared, and that's exactly what Touch the Beat! is all about. 

The game will be available in English, Japanese, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Korean, and French at launch. It will include 15 popular songs performed by Kizuna AI herself, including the popular "Hello, Morning" which counts over 3 million views on YouTube. Additional songs, costumes, and other downloadable content will be released after the official launch of the main title. 

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