SoulCalibur VI’s Returning Characters Ivy and Zasalamel Shine in a Ton of 1080p Screenshots and Art

Ivy and Zasalamel look really great in their new SoulCalibur VI incarnations, as you can see in a large batch of screenshots and official artwork.

on February 22, 2018 9:36 AM

Following the announcement of the return of Ivy and Zasalamel to the battlefield of SoulCalibur VI, Bandai Namco doubled down on the reveal with a truckload of screenshots and the official artwork for both combatants.

Ivy is definitely a mainstay for the series, having been present since the very first Soul Edge on PlayStation. On the other hand, Zasalamel is certainly a less obvious inclusion. After his debut in SoulCalibur III, the former warrior of the Guardians of the Spirit Sword clan appeared only in SoulCalibur IV and Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny.

You can check out all the screenshots and art below, and there is certainly a lot to see.  If you want to see more, You can also enjoy the trailers that introduced both characters (both in Japanese and English)another recent trailer showcasing Mitsurugisome recent gameplay in which you can see the game’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 hit the shelves worldwide in 2018 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

 

 

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