Type-Moon Visual Novel ‘Witch on the Holy Night’ Sells 110,000 Units Worldwide in 4 Days

Developer Type-Moon has announced that their latest visual novel release, Witch on the Holy Night for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, has sold over 110,000 units worldwide, both physically and digitally. Further, this sales achievement was recorded within four days of the game’s launch, making it even more significant.

If you missed it, check out our review.

This is a genuinely terrific Western debut for Type-Moon’s visual novels, and here’s hoping for even more success so even more of their extensive catalog can be localized.

Western physical shipments of the title are set to occur next month.

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The game tells the story of a trio who lives together in an old western mansion on the outskirts of a Japanese town. Rumors say that a witch lives in the place, and they might actually not be so far-fetched. After all, Aoko Aozaki does study her sorcery in the area under the tutelage of Alice Kuonji.

During the Showa Era (the 1980s), a young man called Soujuurou Shizuki meets the two of them. He comes from a rural area and has slowly been adjusting to the new reality of high school in the city.

In the new edition, Aoko is voiced by Haruka Tomatsu, Kana Hanazawa voices Alice, and Yuusuke Kobayashi voices Soujuurou.

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