Miss Kobayashis Dragon Maid Burst Forth Game Release Date Revealed

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Game Release Date Revealed

The official Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Burst Forth Twitter account announced the release date for the game. It will debut on March 24, 2022 in Japan. It will release for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. However, while the title will be available in English, it is unconfirmed if it will receive a simultaneous worldwide release.

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A standard and limited edition will be available. The limited edition will cost 5,680 yen (about $49). The standard edition will cost 4,680 yen (around $41). The limited edition will only be available as a physical release. However, the standard edition can be purchased physically or digitally.

The Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Burst Forth game was announced in September 2021. Information on the official website has revealed that the title will be a shoot’em up. Players will have access to three different styles of attacks. This includes a long ranged attack, a close range (or direct) attack, and a special attack that will have the character take the form of a dragon.

When certain conditions are met, players can activate a mode that will increase the character’s power for a limited time. When activated, a special illustration will show during that period. The official website has provided an idea of what players can expect when activating this special mode. Specifically, when the mode is activated Tohru is shown with a ripped uniform.

The Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Burst Forth game release date is March 24, 2021 in Japan. It is for the PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

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