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Samurai Shodown Season 2 Characters Detailed in New Trailer


For those who embrace death, SNK has announced the characters that are coming to Season 2 of Samurai Shodown.

Coming to Season 2 are Mina, Sogetsu, Iroha, and a mystery fighter. Mina originally appeared in 2003’s Samurai Shodown V, and wields her bow with great spiritual energy, clearing the world of evil demons. Sogetsu first appeared in 1996’s Samurai Shodown IV, and has the ability to control water. Finally, Iroha first made her appearance in 2005’s Samurai Shodown VI, and fights with two butterfly swords.

Learn more with the trailer below:

SAMURAI SHODOWN / SAMURAI SPIRITS – Season Pass 2: New DLC Characters

These characters will begin making their debut in February 2020. Note that these characters will also be available in the Nintendo Switch version when it launches on February 25.

The game is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Google Stadia. You can read our review of the base game here.

Source: Press Release
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