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River City Girls Announced By Arc System
River City Girls Announced By Arc System

Arc System Teams Up With WayForward For Upcoming River City Title

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A new relationship has blossomed between fighting game gurus Arc System Works and indie developer WayForward as they announced a new title set in the universe of River City titled, River City Girls.

“This is a really wonderful opportunity(…)Arc System Works is an extremely talented gaming company that we’ve admired for many years, and we are incredibly happy to be working with them. This new take on the River City universe is going to be a lot of fun.” – Voldi Way, WayForward

The new title announcement and partnership leaves many mysteries as there aren’t many details pertaining to the newly announced title other than it will be a fighting game dedicated to female protagonists.

Check out more from the official press release below:

This cooperative arrangement between the two gaming-industry veterans leverages the strengths of each studio and brings together a wealth of knowledge, an abundance of passion, and 60 combined years of video game experience across a wide range of technologies, genres, and intellectual properties.

The partnership also provides an opportunity for the two game studios to expand their creative horizons, as well as for fans of both companies and of the River City franchise to enjoy an exciting, fresh, and unexpected update to a beloved property. Additional information on River City Girls will be revealed later in 2019.

Stay tuned for more news on the recently announced collaboration between the two studios, as well as their upcoming title, River City Girls.

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Source: NintendoSoup

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