Samurai Shodown Launches for PS4 & Xbox One in June, Switch in Q4 2019 & PC Later

29 April 2019
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SNK, the creators of legendary fighting game series like King of Fighters, Fatal Fury, and Art of Fighting, has announce the return of their beloved weapon-based fighter Samurai Shodown, coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this June, Nintendo Switch in Q4 2019, and PC at a later date.

Watch the Samurai Shodown New Trailer:

Powered by Unreal Engine 4, the new Samurai Shodown reboots the classic 2D fighting game with beautiful new 3D graphics that retain the classic fantasy Samurai manga look of the series, while also bringing the series up-to-date with the latest cutting edge graphical standards. Here is the official fact sheet.

Once again set in the late 18th century, after the events of Samurai Shodown V and prior to the events of the original game, Samurai Shodown will see the return of thirteen classic characters, including Haohmaru, Earthquake and Galford, who will be joined by three brand new characters to the series. Additional characters will also be available via post-launch DLC.

Here’s Samurai Shodown s image gallery. Click on any of these image thumbnails to see the full-size screens:

Developed in-house at SNK by the same team that brought us King of Fighters XIV, Samurai Shodown features a host of modes, such as Story, Practice, Online Battle and multiple offline battle modes. The new game will also debut an innovative new asynchronous online mode called “Dojo” that uses deep machine learning to create a CPU-avatar that learns from players’ actions during offline modes and creates a Ghost AI character. Players will be able to upload their Ghost to the leaderboards and also download Ghost data from other players. Players can take on Ghosts in 1v1 battle, or take on the Ironman Challenge and attempt to take down up to 100 ghosts in one go.

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