Soul Calibur Cosplayer Looks Gorgeous and Deadly as the Iconic Ivy Valentine
Ivy Valentine is one of the most recognizable characters in the Soul Calibur franchise and one cosplayer decided to recreate one of her many iconic outfits — this iteration in particular being from Soul Calibur V. The lovely and detailed cosplay is done by cosplayer lucidbelle, who managed to capture Ivy’s visual aesthetics perfectly. Not to mention how accurate the costume and weapon are:
For comparison, this is Ivy’s appearance in Soul Calibur V:
Recently in Soul Calibur VI news, Princess Hildegard von Krone was revealed to be coming to the game as its latest DLC fighter, as a part of the Season 2 DLC pass. Other returning fighters from the franchise include Yoshimitsu, Voldo, and Seong Mi-Na and Astaroth (who were revealed during EVO 2018).
2B from Nier: Automata also made an appearance in the weapons-based fighting game. 2B is an android and the protagonist of NieR: Automata. She wields two swords as her primary weapons, although she also wields spears and combat bracers. Her pod support system helps her in battles by allowing her to glide, and attack enemies from a distance.
On the official Japanese website, Bandai Namco warned players about NSFW creations, specifically that if you make an inappropriate character in the Create a Soul mode, you may get banned from online play.
Dualshockers very own customizable characters Bowsette and Boosette were a very big hit, with players crying out asking where they can find a guide for the two characters for a SoulCalibur VI build so they could do it too. You can check out our guide on how to make Bowsette and Boosette in SoulCalibur VI’s character creator here. You can also check out our review of the game here, which declares that it’s “undoubtedly one of the finest fighting games of this generation.”
SoulCalibur VI is available right now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One and you can pick up your copy by heading over to Amazon.
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