Dead or Alive 6 Gets a Launch Date Roster Update and Trailer

Monday, September 10th, 2018

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Today Koei Tecmo announced the release date for Dead or Alive 6. The game will be releasing on February 15, 2019, and there will be some digital pre-order bonuses.  These include for PlayStation 4 owners unique DOA 6 theme as well as obtaining “The Female Tengu” Nyotengu as a playable character. Xbox One owners who pre-order the title will also be able to download Nyotengu and a bonus costume for the legendary Ryu Hayabusa.

Here is some more info about even more Dead or Alive 6 pre-order goodies:

A special Early Purchase Bonus program for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners was also announced, as gamers who digitally purchase DOA6 by March 14, 2019, will receive a bonus costume for one of the game’s most popular characters, Kasumi. Gamers who enter the Early Purchase Bonus program on Steam will collect the Kasumi costume as well as Nyotengu as a downloadable character. In addition, Team NINJA unveiled a Digital Deluxe edition of the game for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam that will include a set of 25 extra costumes, three bonus musical tracks, a DDX exclusive Kasumi costume, and an exceptional character added to the lineup, the formidable Kasumi clone, Phase 4

The new launch date trailer reveals some new roster additions as well. Ayane, Honaka and everyone’s favorite Gothic cutie Marie Rose are joining the fray. You can heck them out in action below!

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