PQube (London, UK) – December 6th, 2019 – PQube and MAGES are excited to confirm that Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? – Infinite Combate will get a western release next year! The RPG based on the popular manga and anime series also known as DanMachi is coming to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 physically, and PC digitally in 2020!
Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? – Infinite Combate is set in a fantasy realm where gods have limited their divine powers in search of excitement and to experience the hardships of the lower world. To interact with humans, each deity has founded a Familia, which are groups that adventurers can join to socialise and support each other, before they set out into the dangerous labyrinth called Dungeon.
One of them is Bell Cranel, the young main character of DanMachi’s story. As the only follower of the Hestia Familia, he has it a bit harder than the others, but strives to improve himself!
The gameplay is an exciting mix between dungeon crawling with RPG elements and a visual novel-style story, including events from the first Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? anime season and new content! Apart from the extensive Story Mode, players will be able to test their skills in procedurally-generated Extra Dungeons and find out more about other characters during Date Events.
Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? – Infinite Combate is coming to Europe and North America for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC in 2020!
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In a time of rapid technological development, MAGES strive to deliver fun and exciting experiences to audiences worldwide. With a strong focus on visual novels, they have developed and published several well-received IPs including the Phantom Breaker series and Steins;Gate in its native country of Japan.
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