BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle for arcade launches April 25 in Japan

Crossover fighting game dated for Japanese game centers.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle

The arcade version of BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle will launch in Japanese game centers on April 25, developer Arc System Works announced.

In addition to tnew characters Aino Heart, Naoto Kurogane, Teddie, and Seth, the arcade version will also utilize the “ALL.Net P-ras Multi Version 3” and “NESiCA x Live 2” systems.

As previously announced, the new characters will be released as paid downloadable content for the PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC versions in mid-May alongside the release of the version 1.5 update.

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