Soulcalibur VI Gets First Details Following Game Awards Announcement

Posted December 10, 2017

Soulcalibur VI has finally been announced!

"The fast and kinetic gameplay of SOULCALIBUR is on full display in SOULCALIBUR VI", said Mark Religioso, Brand Manager for BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.

One of the big questions now though will be what the guest character for the game will be, with previous sequels having featured everyone from Assassin's Creed II's Ezio to Darth Vader.

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Soul Calibur VI is powered by Unreal Engine 4, offering completely new graphics to the game.

Soul Calibur IV will be releasing for PS4, Xbox, and Steam.

SoulCalibur VI was just one of many surprises during the 2017 Game Awards show. One of the key new gameplay changes is the introduction of "Reversal Edge", which allows players to "defend against the opponent's attack and directly counter with a powerful strike highlighted through a dynamic camera".

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SoulCalibur VI will include a whole host of new and old characters including firm favourites, Mitsurugi and Sophitia.

Fans of Bandai Namco's weapons-based fighting series were no doubt pleased at the official reveal of SOULCALIBUR VI. With 2018 nearly here, expect more "Soul Calibur 6" details to be revealed soon.

Riding on the success of the recent Tekken 7, the folks and Bandai Namco are readying up the next-generation entry in its legendary weapons-based 3D fighting franchise, Soul Calibur IV. What do you think so far - do you like the changes?

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