Today Koei Tecmo released a new trailer of its upcoming Dead or Alive spinoff game Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet.
This time around, we move away from the heroine-specific videos, and instead, we take a look at the game as a whole, including gameplay and a glimpse at the “sweet” swimsuits that will be included in the Collector’s Edition. They basically dress up the girls with whipped cream.
On the other hand, the official site also revealed more details on the content that won’t be included on the PS4 version of the game, in addition to what was announced a few months ago. Apparently, some of the swimsuits on PS4 will not have the “malfunction” feature that causes them to be showcased in a slightly messed up fashion.
On top of that, some DLC outfits that have the costume break feature won’t be destroyed on Sony’s console.
You can see an example of the feature with one of the new outfits in the picture below and the trailer at the bottom of the post.
Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet is a partial retooling of Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Fortune released a while ago. It’s receiving an additional Nintendo Switch port alongside the PS4 version and it’s getting rid of the unfortunately obsolete PS Vita version. It shouldn’t be confused with Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation, which is a free to play title for PC made by using a lot of the same assets but with slightly different content and very different gameplay.
The Switch version will get HD Rumble support and a few more goodies that didn’t pass Sony’s recent restrictive policies, while the PlayStation 4 version is getting PlayStation VR support.
If you want to see more, you can also check out the first trailer, the second one revealing new characters Misaki and Leifang, the third showing off poster girls Marie Rose and Honoka, the fourth focusing on Kasumi, Ayane, and Hitomi, the fifth featuring Helena and Kokoro, and the sixth showing Nyotengu and Momiji.
Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet releases in Japan on March 20 for PS4 and Switch. No western release has been announced for the moment, and it probably won’t happen. Luckily, the version for the Asian market includes English subtitles.