Fighting Game BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Announced At Evo 2017

Fighting Game BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Announced At Evo 2017

Fighting Game BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Announced At Evo 2017

The company is working on a new BlazBlue game. This new title in the BlazBlue series will be a crossover two-on-two fighter featuring characters from the Persona, RWBY, and Under Night In-Birth series. Arc System Works was part of a pair of Persona fighting games for the PlayStation 3 and was the publisher for Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late in Japan. It shows off one character from each of the four series, and a brief look at the game's 2v2 tag system.

We also know that BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle is a 2D fighting game, now in development internally by Arc System Works, and it will be released in 2018 for home consoles. It's set to release in 2018, and we've got even more information (and a trailer) on its news post.

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The game also features Ruby Rose, a character from anime series RWBY.

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Not much else is known about the fighting game yet, but it is already being hyped up by BlazBlue fans and fighting game enthusiasts.

The trailer above was released alongside the announcement.

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