Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? – Infinite Combate will be released in America and Europe next year, PQube and MAGES announced today.
The companies have not yet released an official date, but they said the game would be available physically on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 and digitally on PC.
Also knows as DanMachi: Infinite Combate, the title was released in Japan at the end of last month, after a lengthy and extenuating series of announcements postponing the release.
In fact, MAGES had initially teased the game would come out on PS Vita and PS4 on March 29, 2018, but was later postponed until summer, then to December 31, 2018, and a third time to Spring 2019.
Eventually releasing the game on November 28, 2019, the Japanese company also included a Switch and PC version, perhaps to make amends for keeping the anime fans hanging for so long.
DanMachi: Infinite Combate is a mix between a dungeon crawling with RPG elements and a visual novel-style story. It includes events from the first season of the anime, together with some additional content.
Looking at the Japanese version of the game, it is possible to notice a Story Mode, following Bell Cranel as he becomes the only follower of the Hestia Familia, plus an Extra Dungeons mode with infinite automatically-generated dungeons, and a fanservice-aimed Date Events mode.
MAGES has not yet revealed a European or American price for the title. Still, in Japan DanMachi: Infinite Combate currently costs 7,800 yen ($72) for the standard edition, 9,800 yen ($90) for the Limited Edition, and 7,000 yen ($64) for the digital download.
Pre-orders in Japan allowed players to receive an original soundtrack CD and a “Guide to Adventure” artbook. It is not clear whether these perks will be available to the West as well or not, but we will be covering further developments about the game.
Follow The Nerd Stash for more information about DanMachi: Infinite Combate. Hopefully, we won’t have to wait as long as with the Japanese release.