Independent Kinect developer Virtual Air Guitar Company has announced that Kung-Fu For Kinect will be released exclusively for Xbox One on June 24th in the following press release as well as posting new screenshots which you can view in gallery at the bottom:
Kung Fu for Kinect gets release date
The Dojo – Finland: Thursday 26th May 2016.
Geek Mode PR today confirmed that Kung-Fu for Kinect, developed by Virtual Air Guitar Company, is scheduled for worldwide release on June 24th, 2016. The game will be available exclusively on Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft at a price of $19.99/€18.99/£14.99.
It’s been a high-kicking, head-butting and nunchuk-wielding journey since the title was sent to the gods of Kung-Fu, but we’re pleased to announce that release is set into the stones of the ancient Kung-Fu temple for the 24th June, with pre-orders being made available in the run up to release.
Aki Kanerva, Founder and Lead Designer at Virtual Air Guitar Company says, “Our fans have been clamoring for the Xbox One version to be released, so we wanted to launch in June to give everyone a kung-fu summer they’ll never forget!”
Aki continues, “For those wishing to meet us at Unite ’16 Europe in Amsterdam, we’ll be in the ‘Made with Unity’ Showcase area, booth KN01, between May 31 – June 2. Anyone interested in booking a time for a hands-on demo and interview may contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org .”
To celebrate confirmation of the confirmed date we have also released three new screenshots for you to share.
For more information about Kung-Fu for Kinect, please visit http://kungfuforkinect.com and http://twitter.com/kungfuimpact / http://facebook.com/kungfuhighimpact
Kung-Fu for Kinect, 2016, Developed by Virtual Air Guitar Company. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
Are you looking forward to Kung Fu For Kinect? If you’re already a fan of the original are you planning to double-dip due to the new features or just to have it on Xbox One? Let us know in the comments below or in our Kinect 2 Games Forum.