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Given the insolent success of the license and that of the machine, it was inconceivable that Demon Slayer – Kimetsu No Yaiba deprived an appearance on Switch. This will be done on June 9th, with the release of the combat game The Hinokami Chronicles, already available on other consoles and on PC since last October.

With 1.32 million copies since its release in October 2021 (figures arrested on January 3rd), the Baston game signed CyberConnect2 has captured a public fan of the Adventures of Tanjirô, Nezuko, Inosuke and the others. Little info are for the moment emerged from Japan, apart from perhaps the price of the standard edition, fixed at 6.980 yen (54 €), and that of the Deluxe edition at 11,800 yen (91 €), Which will include two costume sets, one referring to the Academi Kimetsu, the other to the field of butterfly. 16,000 Kimetsu points will also be included automatically, used to unlock cosmetics and characters.

We send you to the Eminent Virgile test for a complete overview of this first adaptation on consoles and PCs, which could count on its efficient _gameplay and a realization of “_SIDERANT” fidelity _ (Dixit) to counterbalance including the weakness of casting and environments without relief.

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