BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Producer Would Like to Add Muv-Luv, Fate/Grand Order, and More

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle has been bringing together many popular franchises so far, but Producer Toshimichi Mori hasn't cleared his list just yet.


BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle by Arc System Works has been bringing together many popular (and obscure) franchise since its release, but Producer Toshimichi Mori hasn’t cleared his list just yet.

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In an interview with the Japanese website 4Gamer, Mori-san was asked to mention a more series that he’d like to include in the crossover-centric game.

He’d like to add characters from Full Metal Daemon: Muramasa (Soukouakki Muramasa) by Nitroplus, and the Muv-Luv series by âge.

He added that he thought that adding Muv-Luv would be difficult since it’s an older franchise, but an anime series was recently announced at âge’s 20th anniversary event (which Twinfinite attended), possibly meaning that reveal reignited his hopes.

Asked who he would include if he had no restriction according to his own taste, he mentioned Miyamoto Musashi from Fate/Grand Order.

If you know me (and if the image at the top isn’t enough of an indication), you can likely guess which series I’d really love to be implemented.

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle just received its 2.0 overhaul, adding several new characters and multiple franchises.

If you want to see the new charactersin action,  you can enjoy a trailer released at EVOanother revealing the second half of the casta trailer dedicated to Neo Politanone focusing on Yumianother featuring Akatsukione starring Blitztankone focusing on Hilda, a pair showing Elizabeth and Adachi, and more showcasing Celica and Susanoo.

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle is currently available for PS4, Switch, and PC.

[Source: 4Gamer via Siliconera]

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