Soul Calibur VI Arrives on Steam in 2018


As was the case with Bandai Namco's Tekken 7, the fighter is set to uses the Unreal Engine 4. It marks nearly 20 years since the game originally came out on the arcades back in 1998.

Following the big reveal at this year's Game Awards, SoulCalibur VI just released a new gameplay video at PlayStation Experience. It eventually made its way to SEGA's Dreamcast console and became one of that platform's most popular games.

As the developing team promises that SoulCalibur VI will be going back to its roots with original game secrets finally being uncovered and new light will be shed on the franchise as a whole. You can see by its trailers that the weapon effects, with the help of the games new graphics, offer a whole new level of immersion. The game was preceded by Soul Edge, which spawned the franchise in 1995.

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While the release date was simply teased as "coming 2018", Soul Calibur VI will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC's through Stream.

The game will also feature a "diverse lineup of new and returning characters", all of whom have their unique fighting styles.

The trailer features combat with two of the game's mainstays: the Samurai Mitsurugi and the Athenian warrior Sophitia. However, few have been able to master weapon-based fighting like SoulCalibur. With 2018 nearly here, expect more "Soul Calibur 6" details to be revealed soon. The latest chapter will revisit events from the original Soul Calibur to uncover hidden secrets.