PQube, Arc System Works and Studio TRIGGER are reveal another set of Japanese character introduction trailers of KILL la KILL – IF today! This time, the two big bodies of the arena brawler are featured: Ira Gamagoori, leader of the disciplinary commitee, wearing his masochistic Shackle Regalia and Uzu Sanageyama, overseer of the athletic clubs, fighting in his massive Blade Regalia.
The hot-blooded arena fighter with the first new KILL la KILL story content by the original creators since the anime’s spectacular conclusion releases on July 26th on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch in Europe, and on July 25th on PC/Steam.
Limited Edition – confirmed for Europe!
Check out the KILL la KILL – IF: Limited Edition!
・Mr. Sushio’s main artwork
This lovely Limited Edition will be available in Europe, with selected retailers in the UK, France, Spain, Switzerland, and more!
About Arc System Works
Arc System Works is a Japan-based game development company, renowned for their unique and highly artistic 2D fighting action games. They have a proven track record with their big hit series: Blazblue and Guilty Gear, among many other games of all kinds of genre under their belt. From planning to production to marketing, Arc System Works believes in constant value-adding for their products, striving relentlessly towards the aim of staying ahead in the forefront technology of gaming, and producing flavourful character designs to form the foundation of their extensive Intellectual properties. https://arcsystemworks.com/
PQube is a leading publisher, distributor and service provider for the interactive entertainment industry with a global reach through UK, Europe, Middle East, Australia and North and South America from its offices in Letchworth (UK), Bristol (UK), Paris (France), Los Angeles (USA) and Hong Kong. As a licensed publisher with Sony, Microsoft, Valve, Nintendo and Apple, PQube’s software division publishes and distributes video games for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch, Xbox, iOS, Android, PC and has full coverage across all digital download platforms, establishing a track record of success with major franchises including: Gal*Gun, Chaos;Child, Cat Quest, Valkyrie Drive, White Day, Root Letter, BlazBlue, Guilty Gear, Kotodama, MotoGP, Ride, MXGP, Harvest Moon, Senran Kagura and Steins;Gate. PQube’s hardware division designs, manufactures and distributes officially licensed consoles and accessories including the brand-new Atari ‘Retro’ range.