SoulCalibur VI Videos Show Plenty of Explosive Gameplay and a Pro Player Vs. Developer Duel

Watch Kamisama of Team Godsgarden fight against Soul Calibur VI's Battle Planner in plenty of new gameplay of Bandai Namco's upcoming fighter.

on February 10, 2018 10:25 PM

Today, during a livestream on Nico Nico from Tokaigi Game Party 2018 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, near Tokyo, Bandai Namco presented quite a lot of gameplay of Soul Calibur VI.

The first video you’ll see below is a presentation of the basics of the game, showing pretty much what a newbie to the game needs to know to get into it. The second video goes a bit more in-depth.

The third video is where things get interesting, as we get to see a match between of Grøh and Nightmare. We also get to see both characters’ Critical Edge moves.

The fourth video showcases the girls in action, with Xianghua versus Sophitia. Again, we get to see the Critical Edge for both ladies.

The third video shows a match between Grøh and Kilik, and this time around at the controls are pro-player Yuta “Kamisama” Kamizono from team Godsgarden against the game’s Battle Planner. And here we get a chance to see Kilik’s Critical Edge in action and some high-level gameplay.

The Fourth video still features the same contenders, playing Mitsurugi and Grøh. In the first match Kamisama achieved a narrow victory but in the second the developer managed to have his revenge.

Unfortunately, the quality of the video is the usual for Nico Nico, which means very low. Unfortunately, Japanese developers keep using it for their livestream, so this is what we get.

You can check out all the videos below. You can also enjoy a batch of screenshots, seventeen minutes of direct-feed gameplay that we filmed at a recent press eventa recent trailer that introduced Grøh and marked the return of Kilik, Nightmare and Xianghua, another trailer from December featuring Sophitia, another gameplay video, and a few screenshots showing more of Sophitia and Mitsurugi.

SoulCalibur VI will launch in 2018 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.






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