On the recent CoroCoro issue, FuRyu has shared some information about the next Doraemon game for Switch.

FuRyu is a giant in making Doraemon games

FuRyu is a Japanese entertainment company based in Shibuya, Tokyo. Their businesses include publishing and development of video games, mobile games, photo-booths, figures and multimedia content. As a matter of fact, the company is extremely famous for making Doraemon-related games in the past. A majority of those games are for players on Nintendo 3DS. Examples of them are Doraemon: Nobita to Kiseki no Shima, Nobita no Takarajima, Shin Nobita no Daimakyou and Shin Nobita no Nihontanjou. Beyblade Burst: Battle Zero and Pikachin-Kit: Game de Pirameki Daisakusen are the two games that came out previously for Switch.

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Doraemon-related games are very familiar under the name of the publisher FuRyu.

FuRyu opened teaser site for the game, and you can have a look at it here.

Things to expect in Doraemon: Nobita’s Chronicle Of The Moon Exploration

It appears that the plot of Doraemon: Nobita’s Chronicle of the Moon Exploration (Doraemon: Nobita no Getsumen Tansaki) will be based on the movie of the same title. FuRyu revealed the game to be a moon cultivation adventure, according to the latest issue of CoroCoro Comic. Nobita saw a moon turned yellow and told his class about it but they think it’s funny. Doraemon gives him the “History Explorers Club Badge” and discovers there’s life on the moon. And so the story begins.

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Experience a whole new planet in Doraemon: Nobita’s Chronicle Of The Moon Exploration

In fact, only the 2D conversation sections are available, and how the game will play has yet to be seen. Hence, for more details, we’ll need to wait a bit longer for the film release in early March 2019.

Coming back to the game, you can build structures on a 3D moon, cultivate plants and craft your own kingdom. As your kingdom prospers and develops, your residents will increase.

The game should be coming out on 28th February 2019 in Japan for around 6,000 yen. However, we don't have much information on any further potential expansion to the west.