Samurai Shodown DLC character Cham Cham launches March 16; character from Guilty Gear teased

First look at Cham Cham in action.

Samurai Shodown DLC character Cham Cham

Samurai Shodown Season 3 downloadable content character Cham Cham (voiced by Yuna Taniguchi) will launch on March 16, publisher and developer SNK announced.

Here is Cham Cham’s official character description:

Cham Cham is the younger sister of a powerful warrior residing in a village in Green Hell, a lush forest located in South America. Together with her monkey pal Paku Paku, Cham Cham often leaves the comfort of her village to go out and explore—oftentimes getting herself into dangerous predicaments.

This time, however, she leaves on a mission to find her big brother. Her moves are hard to read due to her reckless and bold nature, so be prepared to suffer the consequences if she’s had enough playing around.

SNK also teased that one of the unannounced Season 3 characters is a collaboration character from Arc System Works’ Guilty Gear series.

Samurai Shodown x Guilty Gear Teaser

Samurai Shodown is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC via the Epic Games Store, and Stadia. An Xbox Series version is due out on March 16.

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

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