Sega have teased a new Virtua Fighter project to rejoice the corporate’s 60th anniversary by exhibiting off a brief video at Tokyo Games Show earlier at this time.
There’s not a lot in the way in which of particulars outside of the announcement posted on Twitter in its native Japanese, however in line with Twitter’s translation instruments says: ‘Virtua Fighter‘, which was born because the world’s first 3D preventing recreation in 1993, can be restarted in Japan to commemorate the 60th anniversary of SEGA’s institution. Stay tuned for future updates!”
Whether “restarted” means a remaster or a remake is coming, Sega are remaining tight lipped on for the second, however there is a particular Esports slant to the announcement, so it is anticipated to be intently linked to the aggressive scene. At the second, we do not even know if it’s going to be a recreation, however we have got our fingers crossed.
The final Virtua Fighter launch was Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown which launched on Xbox 360 and PS3 all the way in which again in 2012, but additionally appeared as a mini-game in Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, so we’re greater than prepared for a new entry. Of course, predominant character Akira—who’s within the temporary trailer under— additionally turned up in 2018’s Super Smash Bros Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch.
Rest assured, we’ll let you realize after we hear extra.