Soulcalibur Misplaced Swords is a free-to-play PSN unique
Namco Bandai Europe introduced Soulcalibur Misplaced Swords this morning, the writer’s newest in its rising line of free-to-play PS3 video games. Like Tekken Revolution, Ridge Racer: Driftopia, and Ace Fight: Infinity earlier than it, the primary F2P Soulcalibur will probably be launched over PSN, and can be unique to the platform. Namco Europe’s announcement comes after Misplaced Swords scans have been unearthed from Weekly Famitsu (by way of Recreation Jouhou and Gematsu).
In response to the Namco announcement despatched to Joystiq, Misplaced Swords is a “free-to-play single-participant expertise and can function quite a few well-known fighters together with Siegfried and Mitsurugi.” We have reached out to Namco to verify the sport options no multiplayer. Additionally, whereas the announcement is strictly for Europe, it appears possible Misplaced Swords will come to North America too, given a regional trademark unearthed for it a couple of months in the past.
Whereas particulars are sparse, Namco guarantees extra information at subsequent week’s Tokyo Recreation Present, the place we’ll additionally get to see extra of the upcoming Soul Calibur 2: HD On-line.
- Key specs
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- Recreation format Optical disc, Downloadable
- On-line options Multiplayer, Voice chat, Video chat, Retailer, Browser
- Drive capability 250 GB
- Controller sort Wired, Wi-fi
- Movement controls Accelerometer, Gyroscopic
- Video outputs HDMI (v1.three), RCA / composite
- Launched 2012-09-25