New Samurai Jack Game Set to Release Summer 2020

Adult Swim Games revealed this afternoon that they are working on a brand new Samurai Jack game alongside Japanese developer Soleil Ltd.

Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time looks to share the zany and expressive hack-and-slash gameplay style of games like the oft-overlooked Afro Samurai game from 2009. Adult Swim Games seems to have carefully translated the iconic style of the 90’s cartoon into a 3D space. Eagle-eyed fans will also notice that the game seems to cover all eras of Jack’s imprisonment in the future, as he can be seen wielding the machine gun with which he was seen using for a very brief period in the show’s fifth and final season.

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This news comes relatively out of the blue, if you don’t count Adult Swim Gamesvague Twitter announcement a few hours ago. Soleil Ltd. is most recently known for their work on Naruto: Shinobi Strikers, as well as the recently released Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is set to release in Summer  of 2020 on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Are you excited for the first Samurai Jack game in over a decade? Let us know in the comments below! If you’re interested in some of our other content, be sure to check out Nicholas Micevski’s review of WORLD OF HORROR!

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