Soulcalibur VI Makes Its Unexpected Debut at The Game Awards

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So, it came as a bit of surprise tonight when Bandai Namco announced the release of a sequel at The Game Awards. It will be coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018.

"Working together with Harada-san, I felt a great responsibility to continue Tekken's legacy of delivering the most dynamic and hard-hitting action within the fighting game category".

Today, during The Game Awards, after a somewhat freaky introduction by writer/director Josef Fares (gotta love it), a new trailer premiered for A Way Out, and a release date also followed - we'll be able to break out starting on March 23, 2018.

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You'll see the game's first trailer after the jump below, but here are a few stills to get you started. This could mean we see an additional gameplay mechanic over and above the weapon-based fights the series is known for. Only time will tell.

Soulcalibur 6 is finally happening.

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