Publisher Oizumi Amuzio has now confirmed it will be released in Japan on 12th July, for the price of 2,000 yen. This will follow with a physical release on 12th September.
The developer, Team Reptile, has also provided a brief update about the western release. In a reply to a fan on Twitter, it said the local launch was also planned for July.
This second entry follows on from the original Lethal League and is rocking a cel-shaded aesthetic similar to Sega’s Jet Set Radio. It’s not a surprise, considering video game composer Hideki Naganuma has contributed to the soundtrack. He previously worked on the Jet Set and Super Smash Bros. series.
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