Dead or Alive 6 is planned for release in 2019.
Players can also look forward to the new combo and special attack system that allows new players to dive right in without too much practice. Addressing the Dead or Alive 6 lineup, producer Toei Shimbor confirmed that players can expect a mix of returning favorites in addition to new, never-before-seen characters.
Tyson Fury wins comeback after opponent is retired
Seferi, a career cruiserweight, tried in vain to reach Fury's head with sluggish right uppercuts. The name of the game now is to find an opponent.
No official release date has been given for Dead or Alive 6 other than early 2019, but it is likely Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja will reveal more about the game as we head into E3 this year. Break Blow is an offensive special attack, and Break Hold is a defensive move, which doesn't deal a ton of damage but counters almost all types of attacks. Team Ninja is aiming to have the game run at 4K resolution, though it was not revealed on which consoles. We had so many heated discussions about this during development of DOA5, but today the landscape is different. Longtime fans don't need to worry about any drastic changes to its core gameplay as that aspect has largely remained the same. Dead or Alive 6 will be coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
The trailer shows off familiar characters like Ryu Hayabusa, Zack, Jann Lee, Helena, Kasumi, and Hayate, as well as a host of furious fights that look just as explosive as we're used to from the series. More fighters will join the final roster, including both fighters from previous entries and completely new characters.