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Infinite Combate Surprise Western Announcement, Has Different Translation

Infinite Combate Surprise Western Announcement, Has Different Translation


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81% off via the link below. Uk-based publisher PQube made a surprise announcement
recently when they revealed that they will be bringing Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up
Girls in a Dungeon? – Infinite Combate to western regions early
next year. Infinite Combate released in Japan last month
and was supposed to release in Asia yesterday but this has now been pushed back to early
next year as well. The Asia release of the game features full
English subs. However, PQube has announced that their version
of the game will feature an overhauled translation, different to the English translation in the
Asia release. They have also said that their translation
will be based on the Cruncyroll anime subs and that there will be no changes in content
from the original Japanese release. The western release will also be available
both physically and digitally on Switch and PS4, alongside a Steam release. It’s not known just how overhauled the new
translation will be but it’s definitely interesting how there will be 2 different
official English translations for the game releasing soon. The Asia version is also available for both
Switch and PS4 and you can pre-order it now from the folks at Playasia. You’ll be find a link in the description,
as well as Censored Gaming’s discount code to get 5% off every order. The Asia versions also have a special limited
edition version, whilst there’s been no special editions announced for the West yet,
which is something you may wish to keep in mind. Until next time, thank you for watching.

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