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The Collar x Malice Switch Otome Games Will Arrive in June and August

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Both of the Collar x Malice Switch otome games are on the way and bringing romantic visual novels this summer. Aksys Games has offered updated release windows for both titles. The Collar x Malice original adventure will arrive in June 2020. Then, in August 2020, players can help Ichika get closer to her allies in the Collar x Malice: Unlimited fandisc.

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Only the preorder page for Collar x Malice Switch is open now. Physical copies will cost $39.99. (Expect digital ones to be priced accordingly.) There are no details about a potential limited edition release with extra features like Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ Switch Collector’s Edition that included a soundtrack, art book, and keychain.

Collar x Malice follows Ichika, a police officer who finds herself with a deadly collar around her neck after an encounter with a member of the terrorist group Adonis. She must work alongside other detectives and officers to investigate the group and stop its killing spree as it counts down to X-Day. There are multiple good and bad endings to unlock. The Collar x Malice: Unlimited fandisc takes place after everything has been resolved and includes epilogues and side-stories.

This means four of the six Aksys Switch otome games have been dated. Code: Realize ~Future Blessings~ will arrive in April 2020, as a reminder. The only two without release windows are Cafe Enchante and Piofiore no Banshou.

The Collar x Malice Switch port will arrive in June 2020 outside Japan, followed by a Collar x Malice: Unlimited release in August 2020.

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