Love Live! School Idol Festival 2: Miracle Live! Gets Japanese Release Window, Screenshots, & Details

If you're a Love Live! fan, the release window of Love Live! School Idol Festival 2: Miracle Live! for iOS and Android has been announced for Japan alongside the first details and screenshots. 👀

Published: February 2, 2023 12:24 PM /


Love Live! School Idol Festival 2

Hot on the heels of the announcement of the closure of the ultra-popular mobile rhythm game Love Live! School Idol Festival, Bushiroad announced the release window of the sequel, alongside new details. 

Love Live! School Idol Festival 2: Miracle Live! will release in Japan in the spring of 2023 and pre-registrations are already open on the local version of Google Play and the AppStore. We already know that a global version localized for the west is coming, but we don't have a release window for that one just yet.

New information and images about the game were revealed via social media, starting with the Live gameplay. The UI has evolved based on feedback while keeping the overall experience consistent with the original game. 

We also take a look at the daily life part of the game, in which players can enjoy the downtime for the famous idol bands μ’s, Aqours, Nijigasaki School Idol Club, and Liella! 

Next, is the story events in which the players can interact and deepen their bonds with the idols, rendered with more lively expressions. On top of that, the gacha animations were produced by the popular animation studio Sunrise, which worked on the franchise's anime series. 

Here's a look at some of the illustrations created for the new game, with the goal of highlighting the girls' personalities. Pre-awakening cards will portray them in various situations, while post-awakening ones will feature cute costumes. There will be 39 at release. 

Below you can take a look at the Album, which lets you enjoy the cards you have collected like a photo album. A new commercial has also been released and can be found here, but it's unavailable for the west for now.

Hopefully, we'll hear more about the global version of the game soon, but it's coming, so fans probably won't have to wait too long without their favorite Love Live! idols. In the meanwhile, you can take a look at a gallery of official screenshots below.

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