Kill La Kill the Game: If is coming out soon, and given the nature of the source material some may wonder if any censorship is involved.
Apparently, someone at Arc System works is slightly fed up with speculation on the issue, so they took to the official North American Twitter account of the publisher to deliver a rather clear cut message.
The game has not been censored in any way, and the Japanese, European, and North American versions are identical. I dare say the message has been delivered with no room for misunderstandings.
I’m putting this to bed once and for all, you crazy conspiracy theorists… The game has NOT been censored in anyway. The Japanese, EU, and NA versions are identical. So, just stop it. kthxbai
— Arc System Works (@ArcSystemWorksU) July 8, 2019
Incidentally, following today’s release of a demo for PS4 and of a gameplay guide in Japanese, the publisher also released the same video in English, and you can watch it at the bottom of the post.
If you want to see more, you can also enjoy the previous trailers showcasing Satsuki’s Kiryuin and Ryuko Matoi, more featuring Ira Gamagoori and Uzu Sanageyama, those showcasing Nonon Jakuzure and Houka Inumuta, and more for Nui Harime and Ragyo Kiryuin.
We also have a video showing the beginning of Satsuki’s story mode, another recent and extensive trailer, the latest gameplay, more recent screenshots, more gameplay showing both Ragyo Kiryuin and Nui Harime in action, and a batch of images focusing the protagonists.
Kill la Kill The Game: IF will release on July 26 for PS4 and Switch, just one day after the Japanese launch on July 25. The PC version will actually release on the same day worldwide, on July 25.