at FightersGeneration.com, we particularly respect and love
fighting games and fighting game developers who put "artwork" at
the forefront of their game design. Already, Bandai Namco's Takuji Kawano
has shown us some breathtakingly detailed illustrations
for Soul Calibur VI's characters. The artistic inspiration will
continue in SC6's "Soul Chronicle" story mode, with the
legendary King of Fighters series artist, Hiroaki Hashimoto, behind these
amazing illustrations (below) - which will appear in story
mode. This is the first time Hiroaki has drawn official
artwork for the Soul Calibur series.
Chronicle" mode will retell the tale of the two legendary swords, and
show each character's motivation in the storyline. The cinematic and
artwork-driven story mode will "revisit the events of the original Soul
Calibur" to and tie up some loose ends (and other unknown
mysteries) in the canon storyline.
The main menu of SC6's
Soul Chronicle mode is pictured above. We'll keep you updated when we know
more about this extra mode. Last but not least, below are some additional
screenshots from the cinematic story mode.
Soul Calibur 6
will be released on October 19th, 2018 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. In case
you missed it, check out the Story Trailer and Collector's Edition in our
Stay tuned on FightersGeneration.com for continued coverage of Soul