Granblue Fantasy Versus for PS4 Gets Tons of Screenshots Showing Every Move for All Characters

Today Cygames released a ton of brand new screenshots of its upcoming fighting game Granblue Fantasy Versus for PlayStation 4.

Granblue Fantasy Versus

Today Cygames updated the official site of its upcoming fighting game Granblue Fantasy Versus with a ton of new screenshots.

The screenshots showcases every move for all the eleven characters that will be playable at launch.

You can check them all out in the gallery below.

Interestingly, you can also read an extensive explanation for every single move at the following links: Gran, Katalina, Charlotta, Lancelot, Percival, Ferry, Lowain, Ladiva, Metera, Zeta, and Vaseraga.

Incidentally, five more characters will comeas part of the season pass.

If you’d like to learn more about Granblue Fantasy Versus, you can read my recent hands-on preview and our interview with Director Tetsuya Fukuhara.

You can also check out a trailer from this morning showcasing the soundtrack, another starring Zeta and Vaseraga, , one revealing Meteraone showing off the RPG Mode, a few screenshots from a few months ago, another trailer revealing Percival and his first gameplayanother video announcing the previous character Ladiva, and the video that came before featuring Lowain.

Granblue Fantasy Versus will release in Japan on February 6, 2020, exclusively for PlayStation 4. The western release is scheduled for Q1 2020. While Cygames mentioned they were aiming for a simultaneous release (and February 6 is within Q1) we don’t have precise information just yet.

Incidentally, the original Granblue Fantasy mobile game is available for iOS, Android, and PC via browsers. If you want to give it a try to prepare for the release of Granblue Fantasy Versus, you can read my detailed guide on how to create an account, install the game, and play in English.

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