Rin in Everyday: Today's Menu for Emiya Family - English release date confirmed

Everyday: Today’s Menu for Emiya Family To Appear In English This June

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Aniplex of America has opened the official English website for Everyday: Today’s Menu for Emiya Family. The company has also revealed on its Twitter account that the Emiya Family cooking game will receive its English release on June 2, 2021.

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Aniplex first announced the English release for North America in July 2020. However, the delay announced in November 2020 for the Japanese version also affected the English release. Today’s announcement for the American release date coincides with the game’s Japanese launch on April 28, 2021.

This game is based on the 2016 Fate/stay night cooking spinoff that also received an anime adaptation in 2018. Players will help Shirou Emiya and his friends in cooking food by playing eight minigames inspired by activities like cutting and stir-frying.

The Emiya Family game will have a Daily Menu system that regularly adds daily missions. Players can collect points by making certain foods above a certain score threshold. They can then spend points to unlock photos in the gallery and alternate costumes for the appearing characters.

The Nintendo Switch game Everyday: Today’s Menu for Emiya Family launched first in Japan with Japanese and Simplified Chinese subtitles on April 28, 2021. The English release for the Emiya Family cooking game will be available on June 2, 2021.

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