KonoSuba game launches for PS4 and PS Vita this summer in Japan

Adventure game follows an original story about a cursed ring.

KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World! Judgment of this Greedy Game!

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu confirms the newly announced KonoSuba game from 5pb., KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World! Judgment on this Greedy Game!, is an adventure game for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita due out in Japan this summer.

The game will follow an original story different from the original work. The protagonist, Kazuma, puts on a cursed ring that steals the underwear of those around him. The following day, Kazuma finds in his possession a large amount of underwear, and he doesn’t know who owns them. After asking Vanir for his expert opinion on the ring, Kazuma learns that a vast sum of money is required to lift the ring’s curse. From there, a new adventure begins to gather the funds for Kazuma’s cursed ring.

The game features an “underwear judgment” system, which consists of judgments to disclose who the owners of the underwear that Kazuma stole. If you can safely return the underwear, a reward event will occur. But if you make a mistake, there will be a punishment event.

Development on the game is currently 40 percent complete.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

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