Siegfried Returns to the Stage of History in "SOULCALIBUR VI"

Siegfried Returns to the Stage of History in

Siegfried Returns to the Stage of History in "SOULCALIBUR VI"

Siegfried is basically the antithesis of Nightmare, and he comes into battle wielding his giant sword, Zweihander.

Siegfried's story picks up after he took a pasting from Kilik while transformed into his Nightmare guise, where he finds himself in an unknown location and plagued by memories of being a puppet to the legendary sword. The memory of having killed his own father is haunting him.

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Another character makes their way back to the stage of history, as Bandai Namco has confirmed Siegfried Schtauffen will be in Soulcalibur VI. Not exactly a huge surprise, as Siegfried is one of the SoulCalibur's main protagonists and has appeared in every entry in the series to date. Alongside Siegfried, The Witcher 3's Geralt is joining the fight as well as Ivy, Zasalamel, Mitsurugi, Sophitia, Kilik, Nightmare, Xianghua, and newcomer, Grøh.

Soulcalibur VI has now revealed a total of ten characters from its roster. Check out the trailer above and Soul Calibur VI is looking to launch in 2018 on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. We just don't know exactly when yet.

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What other classic SoulCalibur characters would you like to see return in the new game?

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