Dead or Alive's first sequel in almost six years arrives in 2019

Dead or Alive 6 announced today

Dead or Alive 6 announced for PC, due 2019

Team Ninja is going to bring the latest in the series of fightings, Dead or Alive 6, to the E3 conference. In this, it will take an approach similar to the old story mode seen in Dead or Alive 5 as you play through various characters in different episodes to watch the entirety of a plotline unfold. From what IGN has said, the game will be running on a completely new game engine, better facial animations, and damage on not just clothes but also the fighters themselves. Fatal Rush, a new combo system, simplifies stringing together maneuvers so beginners can get in on the action easier.

Ahead of E3, Team Ninja revealed Dead or Alive 6, the first new numbered entry in the fighting game franchise in almost six years (via an IGN exclusive).

Dead or Alive fans rejoice! These powerful attacks use simple commands to allow new players to experience the thrill of fighting games without too much practice. They can still be countered and countering either move can lead to a significant advantage.

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Kasumi, Hayate, Hayabusa, Helena, Jann Lee, and Zack are confirmed as returning characters. The website IGN previewed the game and began streaming a reveal trailer. They followed up stating that they were done with Dead or Alive 5, leaving many to speculate if that meant that Dead or Alive 6 was being worked on.

Team Ninja has announced that the sixth entry in its bouncy fighter franchise is headed to PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2019.

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