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  • Soul Calibur game,The trailer above shows the armored warrior Siegfried, "he who fights for the past," putting his massive zweihänder sword to good use against his enemies. Below, we see the "virtuous holy warrior" Sophitia doing the same with her sword-and-shield combination.

    Lost Swords will also include a few new additions, including a new elemental system that will allow players to customize weapons and forge new weapons with five elements, such as wind and fire. Each weapon in Lost Swords will have an element associated with it, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Players will find those elements (and other loot) through drops when defeating enemies.

    You can check out the trailer below the gallery.

    On the gameplay front, GameSprite confirmed that the series’ 8-Way Run movement system, a mainstay since the first Soulcalibur title, will return in Soulcalibur 6 alongside a new gameplay technique: Reversal Edge. “Read opponents’ attacks to execute a strategic Reversal Edge to land a counter attack while in guard,” GameSprite said of the new move in a fact sheet.

    GameSprite revealed new details on the roster of Soulcalibur 6 today in the form of a new trailer that shows returning characters Kilik, Nightmare and Xianghua, as well as a newcomer named Grøh.

    Players can choose from a roster of the Soul Calibur series' most popular characters and send them into combat. Lost Swords utilizes an item discovery and crafting system and elemental-based fighting mechanics to change up combat. Players can use weapons and armor taken from defeated enemies or build new ones from raw materials and imbue them with element-specific characteristics, such as fire and wind. Different weapon and element types will be stronger or weaker against certain foes in battle.

    At one point in the trailer, Nightmare was shown gathering energy into Soul Edge, plunging that sword into the ground and then producing a fountain of destructive force. He will also apparently have the ability to ride a horse made out of energy and then charge at his opponent.

    These memories will shape the fighting style of the blade's current master. Nightmare is already an accurate representation of what the villain is without the sword. With it, the "SoulCalibur 6" character becomes all the more dangerous as he can tap into the knowledge of the masters before him.

    For a closer look at Ivy and Zasalamel, check out some new screenshots and character artwork in the gallery below.

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