Love Live! School Idol Festival 2: Miracle Live! Shows its Gameplay in New Trailer

Love Live! School Idol Festival 2: Miracle Live! for iOS and Android got a new trailer showing its gameplay and features. 👀

Published: March 4, 2023 11:50 AM /


Love Live! School Idol Festival 2: Miracle Live!

Today Bushiroad revealed a new trailer of its upcoming mobile rhythm game Love Live! School Idol Festival 2: Miracle Live! 

The trailer showcases the gameplay and features of the game, which is the sequel of the ultra-popular Love Live! School Idol Festival which is shutting down at the end of March

We get to take a look at the rhythm gameplay, the daily life part of the game in which we get to interact with the idols, and the illustrations and cards created for the game.

You can check it out below.

Love Live! School Idol Festival 2: Miracle Live! will release in Japan in spring 2023 and a global version is also coming, so fans won't be left without their favorite idols for long. 

μ’s, Aqours, Nijigasaki School Idol Club, and Liella! will be featured at launch, each with its own story content, and pre-registrations for the Japanese versions have been open for a while. At the moment, a release window for the global release has not been announced just yet, but it shouldn't be too far. 

The developers are also making sure that part of the players' progress in the game will live on in the upcoming sequel. Specifically, the Album will transfer to the new title, while fans will also receive rewards in it according to their progress in the original Love Live! School Idol Festival.

Players can already find the Game Data Transfer banner in the game, and they will have to use it to agree to have their data moved on to Love Live! School Idol Festival 2: Miracle Live! Unfortunately, this feature isn't available in Europe for reasons that remain unexplained. 

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