The King of Fighters XV Classic Leona DLC Costume Trailer Released

See the Silent Soldier Leona’s classic DLC costume with the latest trailer for SNK’s The King of Fighters XV.

Leona Heidern was originally introduced in The King of Fighters ’96 as the newest member to the Ikari Warriors Team. For fans of Capcom’s Street Fighter series, she was designed as a response to Cammy. The character design for The King of Fighters is being handled by Tomohiro Nakata, who is also currently working on The King of Fighters All Star.

See her DLC costume below:


The King of Fighters XV will be the first game in the series to use Unreal Engine 4, along with the first to use GGPO rollback networking. Ranked Match, Casual Match, Room Match, and Online Training will also be included.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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