Million Arthur: Arcana Blood Announced for PS4 by Square Enix, Alongside SNK Crossover

Million Arthur: Arcana Blood is coming to PS4, while Square Enix and SNK team up for a crossover with SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy and The King of Fighters XIV.

on August 25, 2018 3:02 PM

Square Enix announced during a livestream from Tokyo that its arcade fighting game Million Arthur: Arcana Blood will come to PS4.

The game will release in Japan on November 29th, and it will add Yamaneko Arthur from Han-Gyaku-Sei Million Arthur, alongside two crossover characters. Koume Saiyama will be added from Square Enix’s own Lord of Vermillion IV, and Iori Yagami will make an appearance from The King of Fighters XIV. 

The crossover with SNK isn’t limited to Million Arthur: Arcana Blood, as it will work both ways. Thief Arthur from Million Arthur: Arcana Blood will be coming to SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy as a DLC character on September 13th.

Below you can check out the trailer of the PS4 version of Million Arthur: Arcana Bloodand for the SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy Thief Arthur DLC.

If you want to see more of the latter, you can also enjoy the reveals of gender-bending Terry BogardMui Mui the Dragon Gal, Love Heart, and Luong and Mian, alongside the most recent gameplay.

SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy will release in the west on September 7th, for PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

If you’re interested in the game and haven’t reserved your copy yet, you can pre-order the Switch version on Amazon (the PS4 version will be digital-only, so you will have to get it on the PlayStation Store).


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