After years of teasing, publisher Bandai Namco announced the long-awaited sequel in its weapons-based fighting game series today.
You'll see the game's first trailer after the jump below, but here are a few stills to get you started. The announcement was made by the game producer along with Katsuhiro Harada, the producer of the Tekken series. This was no easy task, but I truly believe we succeeded in fulfilling that goal. "Tonight, I'm here to announce a new chapter in Bandai Namco's original fighting game saga, but first I have a question - do your souls still burn?" The gameplay trailer showed off both characters using weapons that had different coloured lighting.
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