Much rejoicing in the streets is taking place as Bandai Namco Entertainment announces the return of the SoulCalibur franchise with SoulCalibur VI. Soul Calibur VI will be available on all major platforms including PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and is estimated to be released somewhere in 2018. Despite 1998 marking the beginning of the Soul Calibur franchise, a preceding game called Soul Edge was released in 1995.
Are you looking forward to the sixth in the series? Along with returning mainstays such as Mitsurugi and Sophitia, come a cast of new characters that are TBA.
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A short trailer was shown and the graphics have been built on Unreal Engine 4.
There's been rumours or a while now, but this time it's official: SoulCalibur VI is real and it's going to be out sometime next year. "A stellar lineup of characters and weapons, combined with a simple control layout means gamers of all skill levels can jump into the action and decimate the competition".
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SOULCALIBUR VI will still be a 3D weapon-based fighter, just as fans are used to. This new character seems to mimic the binary opposition of the evil Soul Edge blade and titular, heroic Soulcalibur with one blade being an ominous purple and the other with golden highlights. Now that the announcement has at for a day, Bandai Namco has releases a bit more information regarding the game and what we can expect from it.
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