‘Kill La Kill’ Game Adaptation Announced By Arc System Works

Kill La Kill

Having already adapted authentic anime stylings of Dragon Ball FighterZ, fighting game maker Arc System Works is now aiming to bring the over-the-top Studio Trigger series Kill la Kill to the gaming space. Simply titled Kill la Kill The Game, Arc System Works will be publishing the new “battle action” title with A+ Games heading up the project’s development.

According to the game’s newly unveiled website, the anime tie-in will support both single and two-player modes and is set to launch sometime in 2019. As the game is currently in development, there weren’t many other details about the title such as pricing or platform availability. More information was said to be announced at next month’s Anime Expo 2018 which takes place from July 5th to July 8th. Not leaving fans with nothing, Arc System Works revealed several in-game screenshots that provide a look at the action-packed gameplay to come.

This news finally arrives following Arc System Works’ days-long countdown clock ticking away to the mysterious reveal. Prior to the announcement, all that was known was a “Trigger x Arc System Works” collaboration was in the works, eventually revealing the now unveiled anime game.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to a game based on Kill la Kill, or is Arc System Works’ sole involvement on the publishing side make you think twice about it? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more from the realm of anime-inspire awesomeness, check out these next few news stories:

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