Million Arthur: Arcana Blood coming to PC this summer

The Million Arthur fighting game.

Million Arthur: Arcana Blood

Square Enix will release 2D fighting game Million Arthur: Arcana Blood for PC via Steam this summer, the company announced at EVO Japan 2019.

The game first launched for arcades in Japan in November 2017, followed by PlayStation 4 in November 2018.

Here is an overview of the game, via Square Enix:


Set in a fictional Britain that is home to a million King Arthurs each striving to become the one true king. Million Arthur: Arcana Blood is a classic 1-vs-1 2D fighter with a huge roster of 13 playable fighters and 31 ‘Support Knight’ summon characters to assist in any way they can and ultimate attacks.

Million Arthur: Arcana Blood brings together popular fan-favorite characters from the Million Arthur series such as Blade Protector Arthur, Thief Arthur and Lynx Arthur, as well as guest fighters including Otherworldly Riesz from Seiken Densetsu 3, Otherworldly Koume Sakiyama from Lord of Vermillion, and Otherworldly Iori Yagami from The King of Fighters XIV.

Alongside the arcade action, long-time fans of the Million Arthur series will enjoy an all-new story from the mysterious author Kazuma Kamachi, centering on Britain’s Grand Martial Arts Tournament and warriors aiming for victory and recognition as the true Arthur.

Key Features

  • All the game modes you expect in a AAA fighter: Original Story Mode, Training Mode, Time Trial and Online versus Mode.
  • Enjoy Online Competitions the way you like them! Lobby matches support up to 6 players at a time and ranked matches ensure you’re taking on opponents of a comparable skill level.
  • Brand new story from series author Kazuma Kamachi, and bonus music from renowned composer Yoko Shimomura for key combatants.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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