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XSEED Games Is Getting Kandagawa Jet Girls Ready for Summer

The of us behind the Senran Kagura collection have their sights set on a brand new style. Take Wave Race, take away Nintendo, add anime and machine weapons and you find yourself with Kandagawa Jet Girls. Futuristic jet racing has taken over Tokyo, and groups of two have interaction on this sci-fi, aquatic bloodsport with a purpose to chase their desires. XSEED Games has introduced that it plans to convey Kandagawa Jet Girls to English-speaking followers for the PlayStation four and the PC someday in Summer 2020.

Players will be capable of select from seven established groups of two, then customise their precise jet skis to their liking. Players should stability navigating tight turns with weapons-based fight, together with doing aerial methods to impress the viewers and refill their increase engines.

Each group may have its personal story mode, with a complete of 64 chapters between them. Online play for as much as 4 gamers in informal and ranked modes can even be obtainable. Finally, a Senran Kagura group of Ryona and Ryobi will include the localized model without cost, alongside with premium DLC to follow.

Kandagawa Jet Girls will convey the world of anime jet racing to the PlayStation four and the PC in Summer 2020.

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