Samurai Showdown and DLC Now on Steam

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oprainfall | Samurai Shodown

SNK Corporation is excited to announce that their weapon-based fighter, Samurai Showdown, has arrived on Steam. Alongside the Steam launch is the release of the latest Season Pass 3 DLC fighter, Shiro Tokisada Amakusa.

The game is already available on Switch, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Epic Games store, and Stadia. You can currently get 20% discounts on the season pass bundles until 10am PDT on June 18th. So you have a little time left.

 

There are several bundle packs available for Samurai Showdown on Steam. Here are each of them, and their current discounts that end in the morning on June 18th:

 

Steam Edition

  • For ($39.63 | $49.54), you get the base game + Season Pass 1 (4 fighters)

 

Deluxe Pack

  • For ($51.67 | $64.62) you get the base game + Season Passes 1 & 2 (8 fighters)

 

Kiwami Pack

  • For ($63.36 | $79.21) you get the base game + Season Passes 1-3 (12 fighters)

 

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