As was expected, SoulCalibur VI will retain a similar fighting style to previous games in the series.
Bandai Namco Entertainment America announced Thursday, December 7 (December 8, Philippine time) that Soulcalibur VI is in the works for a 2018 release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. This trailer for Soul Calibur VI features the series mainstays Mitsurugi and Sophitia, fighting against the other and locking in blades in the end. Producer Motohiro Okubo will serve as producer on the game. This is one game we can't wait to get our hands on.
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It's been five years since the last main Soulcalibur release, so Namco Bandai knows it's about time to roll out Soulcalibur VI.
Those of you with an eye for detail had compelling guesses about when this game takes place. The game does introduce one major new mechanic to the series though: the Reversal Edge. There are also a handful of spinoffs, including a free-to-play version of SoulCalibur V on the PlayStation Network, and a game designed specifically for Apple's iOS platform. We'll be seeing a stellar lineup of weapons, and SC6 will feature a simple control layout that will be welcoming to players of all skill levels.
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It's now pencilled in for a 2018 release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.
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