River City Girls Zero Delayed Until 2022

River City Girls Zero Delayed Until 2022

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As people might have expected, since it is halfway through December 2021, River City Girls Zero won’t make its 2021 release window. WayForward took to Twitter to confirm it. In so doing, it also offered an updated expected release. People will now see the delayed River City Girls Zero in “early 2022.” There’s also new art featuring Kunio, Kyoko, Misako, and Riki. [Thanks, Destructoid!]

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Here’s WayForward’s announcement. It didn’t cite any specific reasons as to why River City Girls Zero is delayed out of 2022. It only mentioned a desire to ensure its quality. As a reminder this is a Super Famicom to Nintendo Switch port.

WayForward’s talked about how it will be changing this version. For example, in the past it showed the new manga cutscene. Like River City Girls, it will have a comic opening.

River City Girls Zero will come to the Nintendo Switch in early 2022. Shin Nekketsu Koha: Kunio-tachi no Banka appeared on the Super Famicom in Japan.

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