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Samurai Shodown Iroha DLC Launches May 13 North America, May 14 Europe

Samurai Shodown Iroha

SNK corporation have revealed the release date and gameplay of DLC character Iroha, for Samurai Shodown.

As the third of the four second season DLC characters (and as we previously reported), Iroha first appeared in Samurai Shodown VI. She is a crane who can transform into a Japanese maid, serving an unknown master with all her heart. The character was popular enough in Japan to warrant a mobile game, Maid by Iroha.

You can find the Iroha DLC character trailer below.

The Iroha DLC launches May 13th in North America, and May 14th in Europe, stand-alone or as part of Season Pass 2.

You can find the full rundown on the game (via Epic Games Store) below.


SAMURAI REBOOT!

SAMURAI SHODOWN has enjoyed worldwide success as a blade-wielding fighting game series since its first release in 1993. Over 10 years have passed since the last series installment, and it is now time for SAMURAI SHODOWN to return in a brand-new game featuring high-end visuals and gameplay! With its story set one year before the very first installment, warriors and combatants from various backgrounds and with their own goals are about to battle to fulfill their destinies!
  • Carrying on the Legacy
    Faithfully reproducing the game mechanics and atmosphere that contributed to the success of the series, the new game aims to bring the same tense and exhilarating battles that the series is known for. Intense and epic battles are back!
  • Evolving the Presentation
    Using the power of UNREAL® ENGINE 4, the series is able to achieve a level of detail never before seen for a totally new visual experience!

In case you missed it, Samurai Shodown was recently revealed to be heading to the Epic Games Store.

Samurai Shodown is available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and Spring 2020 on Windows PC (via Epic Games Store).

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