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BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle

At EVO 2018 today, a new set of DLC characters were revealed for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. Nine in total are on the way – three from Persona 4 Arena, another three from BlazBlue, and the final trio from Under Night In-Birth.

Here’s the full lineup:

This week, Arc System Works began distribution a new update for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle on Switch. Version 1.11 is out now for all players.

The new update makes several fixes for characters and more. We have the full patch notes below. 

GameSpot posted a new BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, which we have below, showing off new DLC for the fighter. Take a closer look at Character Pack #2, #3, and Yang.

Arc System Works released a new trailer for the latest BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle DLC. You can watch it below.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle has received a major new update. Version 1.1.0 is out now for all players.

With the latest update, compatibility has been added in for several new DLC characters. These include Yang Xiao Long
Jubei, Hakumen, Aegis, Naoto Shirogane, Carmine, and Vatista.

Nintendo Chit Chat on YouTube has just uploaded an unboxing of the BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Collector’s Edition. Have a look below:

Arc System Works has confirmed a release date for the next wave of BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. The second and third character packs, in addition to RWBY’s Yang, land on June 19.

Jubei, Aigis, and Carmine are included in the first pack. Hakumen, Naoto Shirogane, and Vatista are a part of the second. The packs can be purchased individually for $4.99 or as part of the BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Deluxe Edition for $69.99.

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To celebrate the launch of BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Arc System Works published a launch trailer and message from producer Mori Toshimichi. Everything is included in the video below.

After a small hiccup, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle’s first character pack is now free on the eShop. Platinum, Kanji Tatsumi, and Orie Ballardiae are included. You’ll have just two weeks to download the pack for free.

In related BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle news, the Deluxe Edition on the eShop shows tentative release dates for upcoming DLC. They are as follows:

Forbes chatted with BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle producer Toshimichi Mori in a new interview. Mori had quite a bit to say about Switch, noting that the system is bringing back lapsed gamers and is “putting gaming back on the radar of those who didn’t consider it.”

Mori shared the following about Switch:

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