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Lethal League Blaze

Lethal League Blaze finally launched on Switch today via the eShop. Get a look at a bunch of footage in the video below.

While Lethal League Blaze will essentially be released in every major region, only Japan is confirmed to be receiving a physical version at present. Play-Asia has now opened pre-orders for retail copies with expected English support here.

Lethal League Blaze launches worldwide digitally on July 12. The physical version debuts a couple of months later on September 12.

Team Reptile has provided a final western release date for Lethal League Blaze. The game will launch via the eShop on July 12, the studio announced.

Here’s a new trailer:

Unlike Japan, there’s no word on a physical version of Lethal League Blaze in the west at this time.

Amazon Japan has posted the boxart for Lethal League Blaze. Get a look at the packaging image above.

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Lethal League Blaze has been given a final release date in Japan. Oizumi Amuzio will be publishing the game digitally on July 12, with a physical version to follow on September 12. Pricing is set at 2,000 yen and 3,500 yen respectively.

Here’s an overview of Lethal League Blaze, along with a trailer:

It’s unclear when exactly Lethal League Blaze will be available for Switch in the west, but the game did receive a release month in Japan today. The Japanese release is set for July, with a physical version following in September. Pricing is set at 2,000 and 3,500 yen respectively – the physical edition includes an unspecified bonus.

Here’s an overview of Lethal League Blaze, along with a trailer:

Lethal League Blaze is coming to Switch, Team Reptile announced today. The upcoming project, described as “a competitive projectile fighting game,” is due out for Nintendo’s console in Spring 2019.

Here’s a lengthy overview with more details: