New Trailer for Taiko No Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival Released

Drum your way to success.
Drum your way to success. Nintendo

A new trailer has been released for Taiko No Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival which gives us a peek into the different features, as well as the play modes available, in this upcoming game. It’s arriving on September 23 on Nintendo Switch.

Before we talk more about what the game has to offer, you can view the new trailer below:

In the game, players are accompanied by the DON-chan and Kumo-Kyun. Kumo-Kyun is actually a new character that players will meet in Omiko City. He’s not only going to serve as the player’s guide through the city but also helps them transform into different shapes.

Players can visit the Thunder Shrine and play the original Taiko Mode. There’s also the new Concierge Mode – Improvement Support, where players get the chance to master the most challenging sections of songs.

There are party games in Taiko Land, where up to four players compete in “couch co-op” as they drum different parts of songs. Players can even go head-to-head with others with their hand-selected toys through the unique and colorful Great Drum Toy War mode.

Meanwhile, players who want to test their skills can go on a global tour in Dondoko Town. Here, they can compete with global players on their journey to becoming a Taiko master.

Taiko No Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival has players hone their drumming skills through 76 songs and choose between motion, touch, or button controls. They can also customize their experience by earning Don Coins as they play. The game is the first title in the series to offer the Taiko Music Pass.

The Taiko Music Pass is a paid subscription service where members unlock more than playable 500 songs, including in-game tracks, popular hits, anime classics, Vocaloid songs, game music, and classical compositions. New songs are going to be added to the line-up each month with special DON-chan clothes made available as an exclusive offer for subscribers.

Pre-orders for the Standard Edition are now available along with the Taiko No Tatsujin Drum Controller. A Digital Standard Edition is also offered, along with the Digital Deluxe Edition, which comes with 90-day access to the Taiko Music Pass.

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