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Retail listings have outed a physical version of Muse Dash for Japan. Alongside a standard copy, a limited edition is planned. The latter version includes the game, a special box, an original mini soundtrack containing 15 songs, decal stickers for the system (non-compatible with the Switch Lite), and an original stand.

Muse Dash’s physical release is due out on April 8, 2021 in Japan. It’ll be 3,960 yen for the standard edition and 7,480 yen for the limited edition.

A western release for the physical version has not yet been announced. However, English is likely to be supported as Muse Dash is available on the eShop worldwide.

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The parkour and traditional music game hybrid Muse Dash will soon be receiving a major update on Switch. X.D. Network and PeroPeroGames are now introducing new DLC featuring Groove Coaster.

Here’s the full rundown:

X.D. Network has come out with a launch trailer for the anime-inspired rhythm action title Muse Dash. You can view the new video below.

Muse Dash, a parkour game and a traditional music game, lands on the Switch eShop tomorrow. Take a look at some early footage below.

We knew Muse Dash would be landing on Switch sometime in June, but we didn’t have a specific release date. However, a new listing on the Japanese eShop reveals that it will be launching on June 20.

For those who missed out on our previous coverage, check out the following overview and trailer for Muse Dash:

X.D. Network and PeroPeroGames have announced that the rhythm action title Mush Dash is coming to Switch in June. When it releases, a limited-time exclusive Marija skin will be available.

Here’s an overview of Muse Dash, along with a trailer:

X.D. Network has announced that Stefanie Joosten will be providing voiceover in the music game Muse Dash. Fans may recognize Joosten as Quiet from Metal Gear Solid V.

Here’s a trailer promoting the news:

Muse Dash will be released for Switch in Q3 2018.

Source: X.D. Network PR

At GDC last week, the rhythm game Muse Dash had a demo in display. Take a look at some footage from the build below.

X.D. Network has announced that it will publish Muse Dash on Switch. It’s developed by PeroPero Games, a small studio in Guangdong province, China.

Muse Dash is currently in development, and the Switch port is being processed. The game will launch in April or May with English support.

Come watch a trailer for Muse Dash below.

Source: X.D. Network PR