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My Next Life as a Villainess Game Hits Switch in 2021

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The game-inspired world of the My Next Life as a Villainess series is appropriately making the jump to games, and more details have been confirmed. The My Next Life as a Villainess game is officially setting its sights on Switch in Japan sometime this year.

Titled My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! The Pirate Known as “Trouble,” the game will be available both physically and digitally in multiple editions, and will feature an original story that’s set just as Catarina moves beyond the final graduation event and finds herself facing a new “doom flag” related to meeting a pirate.

Two of the new characters include Silva the Pirate and Rozy Lind the foreign engineer, pictured below.

Crunchyroll currently streams season two of the My Next Life as a Villainess TV anime and describes it:

Wealthy heiress Catarina Claes is hit in the head with a rock and recovers the memories of her past life.

It turns out the world she lives in is the world of the game Fortune Lover, an otome game she was obsessed with in her past life… but she’s been cast as the villain character who tries to foil the protagonist’s romances!

The best ending the game has for Catarina is exile, and the worst, death! She’ll have to find a way to avoid triggering the flags of doom, and make her own happy future!

The misunderstanding-based screwball love comedy now begins!

Via Anime News Network