Kill la Kill – IF Receives Two New Character Intro Videos

Monday, June 17th, 2019

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Kill la Kill - IF | Featured ImageIn just a little over one month, Kill la Kill – IF will release for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC. With the game’s impending release inching ever closer, the development team at Arc System Works and their publishing partners at PQube have graced us with two new character introduction videos. Have a look at the introductions for Ryuko Matoi and Satsuki Kiryuin below to see some of their attacks and finishers in action.

Kill la Kill – IF will mark the first game to be released for the series and will bring with it the first new addition to the Kill la Kill story since the anime series concluded back in early 2014. PQube’s press release describes it as a “hot-blooded arena fighter”. In Europe, the Steam version is set to release on July 25, 2019 with the PS4 and Switch copies releasing just a day later. The North American versions are due to release on the 26th as well. Special Limited Edition copies are also available and will ship with an original artbook, a 31-track original soundtrack CD, special cover art done by Sushio, and a Mak-Roquette squeezie. For a more in depth look at some gameplay, check out the 15-minute gameplay video from this past February which features Nui Harime and Ragyo Kiryuuin. Also, be sure to check out the official website and let us know in the comments below if you plan on picking this one up.

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SOURCE: Press Release

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A mainframe software developer from the Midwest, Nick found oprainfall while searching for information about Xenoblade Chronicles. Nick collects games across a myriad of different platforms (old and new). He's also passionate about old-school anime spanning from the early 80s through the late 90s.