Gal Metal North American Release Date Revealed

Thursday, October 11th, 2018

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A heavy-metal flavored rhythm title is making its way to Nintendo Switch. XSEED has officially announced a launch date for the North American localization of Gal Metal. True to its name, Gal Metal is a free-form rhythm title that has players creating complex, adlibbed drumlines in an effort to repel an invading alien force. Making use of both Joy-Con controllers as potential drumsticks, it’s up to the player to rack up as many points as possible with their own unique rhythms. For those wishing to steer clear of the Joy-Cons, a Pro Controller option will be available as well.

Gall Metal Encore Pack content

Gal Metal will be released both physically and digitally on October 30th, 2018.  The standard edition will retail for $29.99 USD. Released alongside this will be a DLC pack (the Encore Pack) available for an additional $9.99 USD. A special, “World Tour Edition” will be available as well for $39.99. This will include the game, the DLC (included on the cartridge itself), five additional characters, an owner’s manual, and a Heavy Metal sticker set. Each of these five additional characters will include their own unique story and song. For more in-depth information on this release, visit the official product website or stay tuned for more information here.

 

SOURCE: Press Release

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