PQube Asia announced via Twitter that the Western release of Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Infinite Combate has been delayed to Summer 2020. It originally had an early 2020 release window.
PQube cited development delays caused by the COVID-19 lockdowns in Japan as the reason for the release date being pushed back. According to the post on Steam, the debut of the PC version of the game will be aligned with the Western console releases, despite the English Asian version already being available. The game released in Japan and Asia back in November 2019, and the Western release of the game was later announced in December 2019.
Infinite Combate is a game based on the hit light novel and anime series, and it is a top-down dungeon action game where you’ll get to play as both Bell and Ais in their own respective stories. Players will get to play through events covered in the anime, as well as experience game-exclusive moments. While exploring dungeons, players will need to fend off monsters, and you can customize Bell and Ais via their skill trees and with special equipment. Accompanying the two of them are various members of their Familia, which each have their own patron deity.
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Infinite Combate will releases for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam in North America and Europe in 2020. The DanMachi dungeon RPG is immediately available in Japan and Asia.