SoulCalibur VI Reveals Ivy and Zasalamel as Playable Characters with Trailers and Screenshots

Ivy and Zasalamel return to SoulCalibur VI for PS4, Xbox One, and PC to rejoin the battle in the new chapter of Bandai Namco's fighting series.

on February 22, 2018 9:08 AM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment announced two returning characters for the upcoming fighting game SoulCalibur VI.

The two characters are Ivy and Zasalamel, and both look as angry and combative as ever. They’re respectively the 7th and 8th characters revealed for the game after Sophitia, Mitsurugi, Grøh, Kilik, Nightmare and Xianghua, with Grøh being the only returning character.

Incidentally, if you were wondering whether Ivy would be covered up even just a little for this new installment of the series, the answer is “nope.” Not that I’m complaining.

You can check them out below in a batch of screenshots and their announcement trailers (including the Japanese versions if you prefer the Japanese voices). If you want to see more, You can also enjoy the most recent trailer showcasing Mitsurugisome recent gameplay in which you can see the title’s Battle Planner battling it out against a pro-player, a batch of screenshotsseventeen minutes of direct-feed gameplay that we filmed at a recent press eventanother 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 release in 2018 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

 /  Executive News Editor
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