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King of Fighters XV Yuri Sakazaki Trailer Unveiled

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SNK  released a new trailer for the upcoming The King of Fighters XV introducing  Yuri Sakazaki as one of the playable characters to be included in the game.

Ryo Sakazaki’s younger sister was a must-have character in the initial roster of The King of Fighters XV, she joins Joe Higashi, Iori Yagami, Benimaru Nikaido, Meitenkun, Andy Bogard, Chizuru Kagura, Kyo Kusanagi,  and Shun’ei who were previously announced with their respective trailer.

Check Yuri Sakazaki’s reveal trailer down below:

Yuri Sakazaki learned her mystery in less than a year after getting started with extreme flow karate. She works hard every day to train her to make her brother recognize her abilities and to liven up to the dojo.

During the reveal of The King of Fighters XV, SNK confirmed that the game is being produced keeping the series’ fast-paced gameplay, while also adding elements to make it more exciting.

We’re able to do things now for both sound and visuals that were impossible back when developing XIV, so we’re taking our time making sure each element is refined. Right now, we’re focusing on brushing up features and optimizing the game. Though I expect some obstacles to get in our way, we’re planning to have it ready to ship this year.”

The new King of Fighters XV will also introduce rollback netcode as it offers a simple solution to online lag. Previous iterations in the series used a delay-based netcode.

The King of Fighters XV is due out in 2021, SNK has not revealed the supported platforms, but it’s expected to be released on PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5. A  version for Xbox One and PS4 could be supported as the game is being developed with Unreal Engine 4.

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