The game is set for a release in 2018, and will be headed to PlayStation, PC (through Steam), and Xbox One.
Bandai Namco unveiled the next installment of their weapon-based fighting game series during the Video Game awards. Mitsurugi Heishiro and Sophitia Alexandra are already confirmed. In recent years, it's added character cameos from other popular series, perhaps hoping to speak to a broader audience.
It'll also be interesting to see whether the new sequel takes advantage of the series' reputation for great single-player content, something which more recent games have consistently failed to do.
The game uses the Unreal Engine 4, but no exact dates for release are given yet. "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".
Former UGA assistant Pruitt accepts Tennessee job
He was a Broyles Award Finalist as the nation's top assistant twice and started his player career in the Volunteer State at MTSU. Alabama topped the nation in run defense last season and ranks third in that category this year.
Check out the reveal trailer below, and let us know if you're excited!
In a new press release from Bandai Namco, the company says, "Taking place in the 16th century, revisit the events of the original Soulcalibur to uncover hidden truths".
New Battle Mechanics - Read opponents' attacks to execute a strategic Reversal Edge to land a counter attack while in guard. This is one game we can't wait to get our hands on.