With less than a year to go before Godzilla stomps back onto the big screen in Godzilla vs. Kong, we now receive word that a Godzilla vs. Kong game is reportedly currently in development and will release in the fourth quarter of 2020 to coincide with the movie's release date!
The fighting game will apparently be available for Xbox One, Playstation 4, PC and will include a pretty hefty roster of available Monsters to choose from with the possibility of added Monsters via DLC. The report comes to us from Reddit, with suggestion that a full reveal will take place at the next E3 conference.
Although an official announcement has yet to be made, leaks of this nature are fairly commo leading up to E3. We'll keep you posted as we learn more!
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This article was written By Chris and published on 2019-06-05 19:05:23
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I agree with you dude I don't understand why Gojira is in the game unless their trying to represent the movie Godzilla VS King Kong in the showa series. And why godzilla 2014 they should have Godzilla 2019.
Freaking sweet! Glad it's not another crappy tablet game. Base it off of Zelda ocarina of time or Drakan ancient gates style gameplay but let us roam the earth and befriend or battle other kaiju. Unleashed powerful were cool and that game rocks but the barriers always urk me. Give us an open world like GTA style but with Kaiju. Please no ****ty barriers like in KOTM from SNK. Best game besides KOTM2 but ever since Godzilla games are plagued with barriers. Look at the b&w tutorial for the first ps4 G game. It looks like you get to thrash Tokyo hard but we are let down fast to find we are stuck on a path to the Tokyo tower. Greatest game but the barriers really piss me off. I want a Godzilla game where I can literally be Godzilla WOW style. Make it an rpg please
Much as I would have liked something more like Destroy All Monsters, should this rumor prove true Arc System Works is the same company behind stuff like BlazBlue and Dragon Ball FighterZ, which at the very least look really good. I'd personally be willing to try a well-polished fighting game if I get to play as kaiju, so don't lose all hope yet.
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