BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Gets Tons of Screenshots Showing DLC Characters, Story Mode, and More

Arc System Works shows off BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle's DLC characters, Episode Mode, Tactics Mode, Survival Mode, Gallery Mode, and Replay Theater.

on February 23, 2018 2:49 AM

Today Arc System Works reached out with a press release including a lot of screenshots of its upcoming crossover fighting game BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle.

First of all, we get to see the first DLC characters, Platinum The Trinity from Blazblue: CentralFiction, Orie from Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] and Kanji Tatsumi from Persona 4 Arena. As we already know, they will be free for the first two weeks after release.

Some screenshots also showcase the “Episode Mode” which is a story mode that will feature the collision between the worlds of the four games in the “phantom field.”

The “Tactics Mode” teaches you to take advantages of the unique systems of the game, while the “Survival Mode” will let you test how long you can last against a sequence of enemies appearing one after the other.

The “Training Mode” lets you learn your character’s moves, the “Gallery Mode” lets you check out various images and visuals, while the “Replay Theater” lets you watch recorded matches.

You can check out all the screenshots below, alongside the key artwork for Japan. 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 hot the shelves in Japan on May 31st, with a North American release planned for June 5th, for PS4, Switch, and PC.


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