Blazblue: Cross Tag Battle

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Gets New Gameplay Trailer Starring Heart from Arcana Heart

Today Arc System Works released a brand new gameplay trailer of its crossover fighting game BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle.

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The video features one of the new DLC fighters that are coming to both the console version and the arcade version of the game, Heart Aino from Arcana Heart 3 LoveMax Six Stars!!!!!!

She was announced at EVO Japan 2018 together with Naoto Shirogane from BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Teddy from Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, and Seth from Under Night In-Birth Exe. Late[st]. The addition of a sixth franchise was also teased, but not revealed.

If you’re unfamiliar with Arcana Heart, it’s an arcade-focused fighting game franchise that debuted in 2005. Its latest release was Arcana Heart 3 LoveMax Six Stars!!!!!! (with six exclamation marks) in 2014. Incidentally, that’s already available on Steam,

At the moment the DLC doesn’t yet have a firm release date, but we know that it’s coming in the spring.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is currently available for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. You can check out the trailer below.

An arcade version is also coming (and incidentally that’s the version shown in the trailer) in the spring, but that one will be limited to Japan, so you should probably not expect to play it in the ailing western arcades.


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