Takara Tomy Arts (T-ARTS Company) announced today that the release of its smartphone game app Idol Land Pripara is once again postponed to the summer or fall of 2022. The app was originally planned to launch in the spring of 2021 and had been postponed to the summer of 2021, then its date was moved to the summer of 2021, then to the spring of 2022.
As with the last time, the company's press release writes, "The launch of the smartphone app Idol Land Pripara, which was scheduled for the spring of 2022, has been postponed in order to improve the game's content and the app's quality. We aim to launch the service in the summer or fall of 2022. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused by this further delay to those customers who have been looking forward to this title. The entire staff will make every effort to deliver the product to customers as soon as possible, and we appreciate your understanding."
楽しみにお待ちいただいているお客様には、更なる延期によりご迷惑をおかけしますことを深くお詫び申し上げます。#アドパラ https://t.co/4aduFCAcNq pic.twitter.com/22E0zctxx0
— アイドルランドプリパラ【公式】 (@idolland_arts) March 31, 2022
Meanwhile, an advance onlince screening of the third episode of the Idol Land Pripara web anime series is set to be held in May 23. The episode 0 and 1 were streamed in November 2021, then the second episode followed in March 2022.
The third episode "Subtitle? Doudemo Iize! (We don't care!)" is set in DanPri, a male-only Pripara, and features the two-member unit DARK NIGHTMARE, who also appears in the key visual. The mysterious idol Mario will also make an appearance in the story.
3rd episode trailer:
Source: Takara Tomy Arts press release
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