King of Fighters 15 delayed to 2022 over rising COVID-19 cases in Japan

SNK delayed the discharge of The King of Fighters 15, the corporate’s flagship combating recreation, due to growth issues brought on by the coronavirus pandemic in Japan. In a information launch, SNK stated it now expects to launch KOF 15 in the primary quarter of 2022.

Previously, the combating recreation was slated for launch someday in 2021. SNK has not introduced platforms for KOF 15.

“The development timeline we set out to reach in the beginning has been affected by the ever-still rising cases of COVID-19 within Japan,” The King of Fighters 15 producer Yasuyuki Oda stated in an announcement. “We have made the last word resolution in the tip that the product’s high quality should come first, and so with that call comes an altered launch window.

“We sincerely ask in your sort persistence and understanding as our growth groups proceed to work onerous on KOF XV as we draw nearer to its launch.”

SNK confirmed the most recent King of Fighters recreation in December, revealing the roster’s first 5 playable characters: Kyo, Benimaru, Shun’ei, Ok’, and Leona. Since then, SNK has confirmed a roster 22 characters sturdy, together with fan favorites Terry Bogard, Iori Yagami, Mai Shiranui, and Shermie.

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