Mighty Fight Federation adds Miriam from Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night this spring

Another crossover fighter joins the fray.

Mighty Fight Federation

Miriam from Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will join 3D arena brawler Mighty Fight Federation this spring, publisher Forthright Entertainment and developer Komi Games announced.

Here is an overview of Miriam, via Forthright Entertainment chairman and executive producer Ryan Waller on the PlayStation Blog:

Like our other licensed character guest stars such as Yooka-Laylee and ToeJam & Earl, Miriam comes with her own level and remixed music track. She will have one the largest movesets in Mighty Fight Federation, focusing on weapon and shard synergy, with many moves inspired by the entirety of the Bloodstained franchise. See her in action in the below trailer:

We worked with Bloodstained‘s famed creator, Koji Igarashi, and his team to ensure we did Miriam justice, from her unique design to her wide breadth of weapons and Shard abilities. Both myself and the game’s creative director, Jullian Spillane, are incredibly excited to see what fans of technical-style combatants are able to achieve come her debut later this year.

Mighty Fight Federation is available now for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam.

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