The King of Fighters XIV adds new fighter King of Dinosaurs, Maxima, Clark Still, and Terry Bogard

Is the King of Dinosaurs a human or beast?

SNK Playmore has taken to the PlayStation Blog to reveal four new fighters and two new stages set to appear in The King of Fighters XIV.

Get the details below.

■ New Character

King of Dinosaurs

The King of Fighters XIV

An evil and mysterious “heel” (a.k.a. a “rudo” in lucha libre) wrestler who wears a tyrannosaurus mask appears! Is he about to devour all the veteran fighters? Human or beast? Who hides behind the mask?!

■ Returning Characters


The King of Fighters XIV

The mechanized body returns to battle! Powerful enough to be a huge Guard Point, he is a true marvel of NESTS Technology!

Clark Still

The King of Fighters XIV

After a bit of a “diet,” this Ikari Warrior returns to the ring as well. Could it have been thanks to Heidern’s Boot Camp? Mastering a variety of grappling moves, Clark is back and ready to break some backs.

Terry Bogard

The King of Fighters XIV

“Get in the Ring!” The original Hungry Wolf and favorite of Fatal Fury fans can’t be missed!

■ New Stages

Guanajuato Dynamite Ring

The King of Fighters XIV

A special ring set in the townscape of a historical Mexican city. Its design has been inspired by the beautiful and festive city of Guanajuato.

Derelict Church

The King of Fighters XIV

The morning mist and sunbeams glaring through the church’s windows complement this stage, which has been inspired by the atmosphere of K’ and his allies.

The King of Fighters XIV will feature 50 fighters when it launches exclusively for PlayStation 4 in 2016.

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

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