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Dead or Alive 6 Coming to EVO 2018

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Koei Tecmo announced today that the first consumer playable build of Dead or Alive 6 will be unveiled at EVO 2018.

Called “one of the most gorgeous and detailed fighting games yet,” by Tom’s Guide, the game will be playable at Koei Tecmo’s booth on the show floor.

In addition, the game will be showcased on stage in a special Dead or Alive 6 mini-tournament. In it, players will also be able to compete for the official Dead or Alive 5 Last Round championship, as the best-of-the-best throw down to see who will walk away with a piece of the $6,000 in prize pool money.

Finally, Dead or Alive 6 producer and director Yohei Shimbori will be in attendance at the weekend to showcase the game.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in early 2019.

Source: Press Release
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