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With the odds of a new Witcher game with Geralt as protagonist vanishing faster than you can say Cyberpunk, SoulCalibur VI is sure to be the next best thing. That’s because the grizzled swordsman is the star attraction of SoulCalibur 6, the first new SoulCalibur game in over six years.
Outside of the hardcore FGC, SoulCalibur is one of the most beloved fighting game franchises around. It's accessible yet deep, and each outing typically comes with a solid single-player offering. SoulCalibur VI is the first game in the series to come to PC, packing 4K support, the best visuals around, and the capability for a rock-solid 60 frames per second. But what do PC gaming hardware do you need to run SoulCalibur VI? Let's find out.
The nunchaku-wielding Maxi has become the latest combatant to be announced for SoulCalibur VI.
Bandai Namco has unleashed a brand new character trailer for Soulcalibur VI, revealing three familiar faces joining the roster, as well as an all-new contender. We see all four fighters in action, as well as a few sneak peeks at some super moves.
Fighting game fans have been getting spoiled lately, and now the best of them all is finally making a return - SoulCalibur VI was announced during The Game Awards, and it's writhing its way like Voldo down a catwalk to a release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2018.

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