Bee Simulator now available to preload from the Japanese eShop

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As previously announced, Bee Simulator is fluttering over to Japan on April 23rd, 2020 from publisher Oizumi Amuzio, and now, the Japanese eShop listing has officially gone live. Preloads are currently available with a slight launch discount (lasting until May 13), charging ¥5,382 instead of ¥5,980. Both the English and Japanese languages are supported in the release, and 6.5 GB must be set aside on your console or SD card for download. A summary of this beeutiful game can be found below.

See the world through the eyes of a bee! Explore a world inspired by Central Park where you can take part in bee races, collect pollen from rare flowers and defy dangerous wasps.
Play with friends or family in three game modes, including co-op and PvP on split screen.

The hive awakens as the sun's first rays warm the horizon. It's time to test your wings, receive orders from the Queen and begin your first mission. And that's just the start of your adventures. Humans want to cut down the tree that holds your hive, so your fate – and that of the whole swarm – rests on your tiny shoulders!

Categories: Media, Consoles
Tags: eshop, japan, switch
Games: Bee Simulator


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