The game is being developed in conjunction with Aplus Games, but the Arc System Works on the Nintendo Switch has recently been noted for the Dragon Ball FighterZ fighting game. Judging by the estimates on the web, the version for the semi-portable console came out quite decent. So there are chances that Kill la Kill the Game: IF for the Switch will also be worthy from a technical point of view. In addition, ArcRevo announced two new fighters for the game: Ragyou Kiryuin and Nui Harime. The main characters of the original anime Ryuko and Satski, of course, will also be.
Kill la Kill the Game: IF is due for release in 2019. In addition to the Nintendo Switch, the game is announced for the PlayStation 4 and PC.