Many fans weren’t too happy with Arc System Works’ DLC plans for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, but the company still plans to go through with the model that was previously explained by producer Toshimichi Mori. The DLC plan for Cross Tag Battle sees Hakumen, Naoto Shirogane, and Vatista as playable characters.
Whatever your thoughts may be on Arc System Works, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, and the overall DLC situation, the company will go through with the original roadmap for Cross Tag Battle — including the slew of DLC.
Recently, the company announced that three characters will be joining the fray to battle it out for pure supremacy. The added characters that will soon join the roster includes Hakumen from BlazBlue, Naoto Shirogane from Persona 4 Arena, and Vatista from Under Night In-Birth.
The aforesaid characters will be made available through the “Cross Tag Character Pack 3” DLC, which Arc System Works announced over on arcsystemworks.com.
“Arc System Works America, Inc., is pleased to officially reveal the three new fighters joining the BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle line up in DLC Character Pack 3. BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle will be released on June 5th, 2018 on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Steam (PC). DLC Character Pack 3 will be made available for $4.99 or as part of the Cross Tag Character Collection for $19.99, which includes all six packs.”
As for Cross Tag Character Pack 3 pricing, gamers can look to cough up around $4.99. Furthermore, the package is also available as part of the “Cross Tag Character Collection,” flaunting all six Character Packs for $19.99.
If you aren’t into the whole DLC thing or you have to think things over before making a decision, you can check out a new trailer showing off what Character Pack 3 has on display.
The new trailer from Arc System Works featuring Hakumen, Naoto Shirogane, and Vatista sits below.
Lastly, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is set to debut for PS4, Switch, and PC on May 31st in Japan. The fighting game will launch in North America on June 5th, and sometime this summer in Europe.
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