The King of Fighters XIV adds Billy Kane, Kula, King, Angel, and Ralf

New trailer debuted at PlayStation Experience 2015.

The King of Fighters XIV

SNK Playmore debuted a new trailer for The King of Fighters XIV during PlayStation Experience 2015, confirming fighters Billy Kane, Kula, King, Angel, and Ralf.

Previously confirmed fighters include Andy Bogard, Leona Heidern, Chang Koehan, Kyo Kusanagi, and Iori Yagami.

SNK Playmore also shared new details:


For our latest installment and true successor to the main (numbered) series, the game visuals have evolved into 3D graphics, however rest assured that The King of Fighters XIV keeps the classic 2D gameplay and three-on-three team battle game system.

Furthermore, various new multiplayer online modes such as the exciting Party Battle mode will be featured. The first chapter of a brand new King of Fighters saga, which welcomes a plethora of returning characters as well as newcomers, now begins! Here are some of the main details regarding The King of Fighters XIV…

A huge character roster of 50 fighters!

In addition to numerous popular, returning King of Fighters characters, many new characters involved in the storyline will enter the ring for the first time!

King of Fighters’ traditional three-on-three team battle game system is back!

The player selects their favorite three fighters from the game’s huge character roster, fighting via King of Fighters’s traditional game system.

A brand new fighting game experience, Party Battle Mode!

Get ready to duke it out with as many as six people (three players on each team) in VS Online Party Battle. Feel the heat of an authentic fighting game tournament experience via PSN!

A Brand New King of Fighters Saga!

The King of Fighters series’ storyline has been continuing over the Orochi, Nests, and Ash story arcs. King of Fighters‘ rich story has not finished, and returns in a brand new exciting arc.

The King of Fighters XIV is due out exclusively for PlayStation 4 in 2016.

Watch the trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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