Otome Visual Novel ‘The Crimson Flower That Divides: Lunar Coupling’ Receives Free Demo on Switch Ahead of Launch

HuneX announced that a free demo is available for the Operetta Due-developed otome visual novel, The Crimson Flower That Divides: Lunar Coupling, on Nintendo Switch via the eShop. The PC version has not received the demo treatment, and the Steam store is currently not up, but the game is still confirmed for release on both platforms.

The free trial version of The Crimson Flower That Divides: Lunar Coupling covers the prologue of the game that introduces the key characters and plot. This will likely prepare players for the love and drama that will surely unfold in the later chapters.

The Crimson Flower That Divides: Lunar Coupling is set on a continent where the population of women has decreased due to a disease known as “The Rot.” Players meet Naala, who lives in Rus after her mother has been abducted by people from Nasla. Now an orphan, she relies on her friend Auri, the next king of Rus and someone whom she adores like a brother. After several years pass, Naala found herself as the bride-to-be to Auri, but that’s when the Nasla army comes to kidnap women once again.

This version of the game will feature newly-written epilogue stories to be added at a later date. This will tell stories of what happens after the best ending for the main 8 characters. Further, players will find new, never-before-told stories from the perspective of the main characters. The game will support Japanese, English, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese text options.

The Crimson Flower That Divides: Lunar Coupling is coming to Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam on February 23, 2023.

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