Amid the flurry of working on the latest series of updates for Dragon Ball FighterZ, Arc System Works and PQube developers are also increasingly serious in preparing for the release of their latest fighting game BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. Beta period to play it is available for the console, and the response given by gamers after trying it so far is quite positive.
Having entered in the last phase of production, the developers finally officially announced that this game is ready to be released globally for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC on 22 June. Unfortunately the fans are still a bit disappointed because Arc System Works plans to set aside 50 percent playable character in the form of paid DLC.
for every gamer who bought the standard version of this game will only get access to 20 standard characters, where the remaining 20 other characters must be purchased first. Fortunately, all of these characters will be presented in one form of an all-in-one-pack DLC. With this, players only need to buy one paid DLC and do not need to spend money to buy each character. Apart from these fatal flaws, the gameplay and collaboration mechanisms of all four series in this game managed to meet expectations.
If you have not yet heard of this game, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is the latest fighting game from Arc System Works that brings in character crossovers from four game series including BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Persona 4: Arena, French Bread's Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late [st], and Mounty Oum's RWBY.(Kotakgame)
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