Soul Calibur 6 Siegfried Drops Into Action As Playable Character

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In Soul Calibur VI, Siegfried had just separated from the Nightmare form after losing to Kilik.

The latest addition to the SOULCALIBUR VI roster is another returning fighter. Using his massive sword to defend himself as well as cause mayham for the opponent, Siegfrieds expected appearance slots perfectly into the Soulcalibur roster. His barrage of sword attacks look deadly, and will no doubt require opponents to constantly think about high-low mixups, as well as ensure he isn't given too many openings as, once he gets going, he's hard to stop. "Full of regrets, he is looking for redemption and he desperately wants to free himself from the cursed sword's grasp!"

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He's appeared in each and every Soul Calibur title and up until Soul Calibur V was the series' main character and protagonist. Grøh, Ivy, Kilik, Mitsurugi, Nightmare, Sophitia, Xianghua and Zasalamel have all been announced to return as well.

Here's the official Bandai Namco description of Siegfried in the SoulCalibur series from the press release. Soulcalibur 5 had 25 playable characters in total, so we have a long way to go to match that.

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Soul Calibur 6 is set to launch sometime in 2018 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox one and PC. The franchise is typically regarded as one of the best in the fighting genre.

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