Virtua Fighter 5 might, at its core, be a sport that dates all the way in which again to 2006 – that’s over 15 years, people – nevertheless it stays one of many more energizing fighters on the PS Store due to SEGA’s ongoing help for Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown. Alright, so the core mechanics are largely unchanged, however the continued addition of crossover costumes helps the sport really feel new.
The most recent growth – as previously announced and at last arriving on 1st June – sees 19 iconic characters from Tekken 7 built-in into SEGA’s legendary brawler. It’s vital to notice that these are customisations for Virtua Fighter 5’s present solid, so don’t count on any fight modifications or something like that. However, we reckon the outfits look enjoyable, and are simply recognisable.
“Together with new character costumes, gamers will be capable of take pleasure in 20 BGM tracks from Tekken 7 as they compete to grow to be the following Virtua Fighter legend,” a press launch from SEGA reads. “As well as, this new DLC features a Tekken 7 battle UI and two new titles.” A reasonably novel and in depth collaboration all in all, then – SEGA ought to crew up with Sony and do PlayStation heroes subsequent.