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Well, this is unexpected. After Blazblue grand finals at Evo 2017, Arc System Works came to the stage to announce a new Blazblue game, but it isn’t another slight upgrade like you’d expect. No, this time it’s a crossover tag game, with a few familiar faces.
Joining the Blazblue stars are Yu Narukami from Persona 4, Hyde from Under Night In-Birth, and Ruby Rose from the RWBY “anime.” This is a really neat way of keeping these franchises around without having to stretch dev teams thin. Arcsys already has folks working on Guilty Gear, Blazblue, and now Dragon Ball FighterZ. I’m sure some consolidation is welcome. Blazblue Cross Tag Battle is coming sometime next year.
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