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Taiko no Tatsujin Rythm Festival: pre-order details and game news

Bandai Namco is ready to launch Taiko no Tatsujin Rythm Festival in the coming months: here are the details on the new features in the game and on the pre-order

Playing a musical instrument can be difficult for many: depending on the instrument you want to use, it takes years to learn the technique in an acceptable way, and often you also have to take expensive lessons to be able to use it. Fortunately, for those who do not have the desire, time or feel unsatisfied with this kind of activity, there is an alternative way to experience the music environment without necessarily having to own a musical instrument (at least not in the strict sense of the term).

Among Guitar Hero, Rockband, Osu and other rythm games of this type, one of the most timeless titles of all is undoubtedly Taiko no Tatsujin. This game will soon be back in vogue after several years of absence with Taiko no Tatsujin Rythm Festival, announced by Bandai Namco these days, also releasing some information on the news of the game and the availability of pre-orders.

Taiko no Tatsujin Rythm Festival: pre-orders and game news

The Taiko no Tatsujin series found its start in 2001, and since that year it has often shown itself as one of the most popular titles among rhythm game enthusiasts. Taiko no Tatsujin Rythm Festival will allow players to hone their skills as drummers or expert percussionists, making available to them well 76 tracks within the game and, most importantly, it will grant free access for 7 days through the Taiko Music Pass. Players will need to subscribe to it to access further 500 additional songs and monthly updates that will bring more songs to the lineup. In addition, those who have already played Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun will be able to receive 3 defend bonus, along with some items for customization. Before talking about pre-orders, let’s underline another new Taiko no Tatsujin Rythm Festival theme, the dedicated animated series “Taiko no Tatsujin: The Anime”, già accessibile su YouTube.

The series in question will deal with Kotaro and his friends, all determined to become Taiko masters with the help of DON-chan and other characters of the famous franchise. As always, the story mode will take the user on the journey to become gods Drum Master, and fans will also have the opportunity to show their skills to others through online battles or with friends in the Party mode, earning Don-Coins with which to obtain customization items. Taiko no Tatsujin Rythm Festival will be available starting October 14 on Nintendo Switch, and pre-orders are open with two different editions, the Standard Edition and the Taiko Drum Set Edition, which contains the game and the Tatacons. A Digital Deluxe Edition will be available later and will contain the Standard Edition with 90 days of access to the Taiko Music Pass.

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Stefania Romagnoli

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