Kill la Kill is Getting a Video Game

Kill la Kill is Getting a Video Game

A bit late, isn't it?

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jun 17, 2018 @ 09:00 AM (Staff Bios)
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Most anime enthusiasts are excited by the recently announced Jump Force. But that wasn't the only anime related game to be announced. Studio Trigger and Arc System Works are teaming up together to develop a Kill la Kill video game.

Simply titled "Kill la Kill: The Game," this will be a 1-2 player action combat translation of the original TV anime from 2013. The game is being developed by APLUS, with an expected launch window of 2019. Until then, you can watch this short announcement trailer (in Japanese) or check out the English webpage.



Aside from that trailer, and some rather small sized images of gameplay, little else is known about the title. We expect more information at this year's Anime Expo, taking place July 05 - 08, 2018, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in California.

This news may have been more exciting back when the show ended in 2014. But hey, at least it's not a battle royale game.

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