With June just around the corner the highly anticipated release of what looks set to be Kinect’s finest fighter is just around the corner.
Yesterday a press announcement was released and we’re pleased to confirm Kung-Fu for Kinect has gone gold and has been sent off for certification.
Kung-Fu for Kinect has gone gold and is now in the hands of the Kung-Fu gods ready for release on Xbox One as part of the ID@Xbox program.
Kung-Fu for Kinect is exclusive to Xbox One and will make full use of the enhanced power of the new hardware. Thanks to the wider field of view, your priceless ming vase will be safe in the knowledge that granny will need considerably less space to enjoy the unparalleled hand to hand combat throughout the campaign.
With an ever expanding fan base to their ongoing commitment to Kinect titles, Virtual Air Guitar Company are confident that with the brand new unity based rag-doll physics and 22 levels packed with more enemies than ever before will be a high-flying success.
8 further challenges along with the chance to be the star in a customised Kung-Fu comic and there’s no surprise to hear that Kung-Fu for Kinect is one of the most hotly anticipated Kinect games for Xbox One.
From our experience it’s usually around 1-2 weeks for Microsoft to check things over, so we’re hoping to hear an exact release date early June.
Also announced was the recommended pricing for the release of Kung-Fu for Kinect which reads for Happy reading especially for those in Europe who seem to have the slightly better side of the bargain.
On top of the announcement that development is complete and the title has been passed to the Kung-Fu gods for certification, we also have pricing details below.
$19.99 : U.S
€18.99 : Europe
£14.99 : U.K
(exact prices may vary dependent on location)
Obviously falling within the $20 bracket is great news for those wishing to add to their Kinect collection, but usually $20 games will come through at €20 and £16 so while only €1/£1 it’s great to know Europe are getting rates closer to real-time conversions.
There’s little doubt we’ll hear more about Kung-Fu for Kinect over the coming weeks, so be sure to check back to Xbox Sector for more news and a review before the games release.