Kill La Kill Game Will Launch On Nintendo Switch In 2019
Kill La Kill Nintendo Switch

It’s pretty obvious that Kill La Kill: The Game -IF- from Arc System Works and Trigger probably won’t make the release on PS4 in a completely uncensored manner. There hasn’t been any confirmation about censorship yet, but it wouldn’t be surprising if it happened at some point in the near future. Thankfully there is a backup plan in the form of the game releasing on Steam for PC and on the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Life picked up the news from over on Famitsu, which picked up the news from the Arcrevo Japan 2018 event that Arc System Works hosted where they not only unveiled that a Nintendo Switch version of the game was in the works, but that two additional characters will be joining the roster. This includes the arch villainess, Ragyo Kiryuin, who is Satsuki Kiryuin’s mother and the CEO of REVOCS.

Kill La Kill - Ragyo Kiryuin

Additionally, they also revealed that Grand Couturier of REVOCS Corporation, Nui Harime, will also be joining the cast of playable characters in Kill La Kill: The Game -IF-.

Given that Sony has been on a censorship spree as of late, many gamers are assuming that the release of Kill La Kill on the Nintendo Switch is a safety net for Arc System Works to release the true version of the game on a console uncensored. However, there has been no word yet from the developers if the game is indeed actually going to succumb to Sony’s censorship policies.

Given that the series is themed around outfits that showcase plenty of skin and offers viewers some undoubtedly scrumptious fan-service, it’s likely that some form of censorship will hit the game, especially since other games have been forced to cover up panties and bras, navels, thighs, and cleavage.

The game is due out for release in 2019 for PS4, PC, and now the Nintendo Switch. For more info feel free to visit the official website.

(Thanks for the news tip zac za)


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