Giga's trio of games has pushed its release from June 25 to August 27
Most of the delays we've been posting about lately have concerned the anime industry, but games have seen their fair share of setbacks, too. The latest is developer Giga's Kiss Trilogy collection of romance visual novels, which was originally scheduled to hit PS4 in Japan on June 25. Now, as a result of the COVID-19 situation, the collection has been delayed to August 27.
Entergram announced the delay, citing the month-long State of Emergency—which was just lifted earlier today—as the reason.
The Giga visual novels included in Kiss Trilogy are Hotch Kiss, Kiss Bell, and Kiss Ato, which originally launched in 2012, 2013, and 2014, respectively. All three games previously had both PC and PS Vita versions in Japan.