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'Blazblue Cross Tag Battle' (ALL) Announced - Trailer

17 July 2017, 12:10 | Pamela Mathis

Arc System Works has announced BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle which is the latest entry to their BlazBlue franchise.

The game appears to be coming out in 2018. They are the protagonists of each respective series: Persona 4's Yu Narukami, BlazBlue's Ragna the Bloodedge and his brother Jin Kisaragi, RWBY's Ruby Rose, and Under Night In-Birth's Hyde. Artwork for all four characters were also released, and can be seen over at 4Gamer.

The trailer rolled after the conclusion of the BlazBlue grand finals at Evo 2017. It is a tag-team style fighting game much like Dragon Ball FighterZ and Marvel vs. Capcom. And the developer promised "more to come!" with announcements in the months ahead.

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The company is working on a new BlazBlue game.

Going off the first trailer, which you can see above, it looks like Cross Tag Battle is a 2v2 tag battle game where you choose characters from the different franchises.



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