SOUL CALIBUR VI announced during [The Game Awards 2017]



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Photo Credits to Kotaku

Soul Calibur VI will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC (Steam) in 2018.


Soul Calibur 6, has officially been announced by Katsuhiro Harada (Tekken head director) and Motohiro Okubo (Soul Calibur Producer), after many years of anticipation the video game publisher Bandai Namco released the awesome trailer for the weapons-based fighting game series at The Game Awards 2017.

Soul Calibur 6 will be developed on the Unreal Engine 4, the producer Motohiro Okubo will be the producer for the video game, the new Soulcalibur is coming in 2018 to PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One, just in time for the series’ 20-year anniversary. The first Soulcalibur came to arcades in 1998, with its beloved Dreamcast port arriving the following year. The game was preceded by Soul Edge, which spawned the franchise in 1995.

“The first Soulcalibur game hit arcades in 1998, with its famous Dreamcast port following in 1999. Revered for its use of weapons and 3D arenas, the last Soulcalibur game was 2012’s Soulcalibur V on PS3 and 360 (making VI the series’ proper debut on current-gen hardware).”

Check out the badass annoucement trailer below:





Date published: 08/12/17

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

Source: (1) SCORPZ0001 [Twitter]       (2) Kotaku [Soul Calibur 6]     (3) Bandai Namco Entertainment America [YouTube]    (4) soulcalibur [Twitter]

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