PQube Confirm They Will Be Bringing KILL la KILL – IF To Europe!

Ever since KILL la KILL – IF was announced last year, we have been waiting for any sign of an EU release of the title. So, we were pleased to hear that our friends at PQube will be handling the new title from Arc System Works and Studio TRIGGER, and will be releasing it this year!


They have confirmed that the highly anticipated title will be releasing this year in Europe on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC/Steam. It’s being created under the watchful eye of Studio TRIGGER, with the incredible Arc System Works working to recreate the feel of the original series with their trademark technology, so it’s very likely to look and play wonderfully.



The anime itself, created by the undisputed talent of Hiroyuki Imaishi, and the scenario writer, Kazuki Nakashima – will be faithfully reproduced, bringing fans their favourite scenes revived with stunning visuals and cinematics – as well as a whole new story in a brand new ‘IF’ scenario!


From PQube:

As well as producing the world-class visuals Arc System Works is renowned for, KILL la KILL – IF will deliver astounding battle in 3D arenas. Perform devastating combos with your favourite characters to deliver the pain to opponents who stand in their way.



Maneuver around the stunning 3D battlefields and… PULVERIZE all who stand in your way! KILL la KILL – IF combines the perfect balance of simplicity in control with complexity in depth to provide players with a uniquely satisfying fighting experience that both seasoned fighting veterans and anime fans can enjoy.


So, we’re excited now, and cannot wait to get our hands on this title – especially as we are huge fans of the anime. What do you think? Will you be picking this title up when it lands in Europe? Let us know in the comments, or on Twitter and Facebook, and check back for more new on KILL la KILL – IF and other Japanese titles.



KILL la KILL – IF will release this year on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC/Steam.


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