BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Gets New Trailer Revealing First DLC Characters, Free for a Limited Time

Arc System Works introduced the first DLC package for the upcoming BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle, including Kanji, Platinum, and Orie.

on February 16, 2018 12:55 AM

Today Arc System Works revealed the first DLC character pack that will be launched for its upcoming crossover fighting game BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle.

The package will be launched at the same time as the game, but you shouldn’t worry as it will be free at launch for a limited time (more precisely, for the first two weeks after release).

It includes Platinum The Trinity from Blazblue: CentralFiction, Orie from Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] and Kanji Tatsumi from Persona 4 Arena.

This adds to the initial cast that includes Ragna the Bloodedge, Jin Kisaragi, Noel Vermillion, Rachel Alucard, TR-0009 Tager, ν-13, Hazama, Makoto Nanaya, Azrael, and Es from BlazBlue: CentralFiction, Yu Narukami, Yosuke Hanamura, Chie Satonaka and Yukiko Amagi from Persona 4 Arena, Linne, Hyde, Gordeau and Waldstein from Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st], and Ruby and Weiss Schnee from RWBYBlake Belladonna and Yang Xiao Long from RWBY will also be distributed as free DLC.

The characters that will be included in the second DLC pack will be revealed in March. Each DLC pack will cost $4.99, while all the DLC together will be purchasable for $19.00. A Digital Deluxe edition including all the DLC with the game will cost $69.99, while the standalone title without DLC will take $49.99 from your wallet.

If you want to see more about the game, you can enjoy a recent trailer the first character reveal trailer, the second, the third, the fourth, the fifth, and the original tease.

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle will launch in Japan on May 31st, with a North American release planned for June 5th, for PS4, Switch, and PC.

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