The developers of the old school fighting game Blazing Strike announced

The developers of the old-school fighting game Blazing Strike announced the postponement to 2023 and showed a new teaser trailer

Publisher Aksys Games and developer of RareBreed Makes Games submitted new teaser trailer for the old school 2D fighting game Blazing Strike and explained last broadcast of the game.

    Image Credit: Aksys Games

Image Credit: Aksys Games

Keep in mind that until recently, Blazing Strike was supposed to premiere next fall. However, as part of the Anime Expo 2022 festival in July, it was revealed that the release was delayed to spring 2023.

According to the developers, recognize the transmission of Blazing Strike “excruciatingly painful”. However, the studio hopes the extra time will allow the game to be polished and maybe even add crossplay support.

The new teaser trailer was shown during the EVO 2022 esports tournament. The video lasts just over half a minute and features new multi-character gameplay footage.

Developed for PC (Steam), PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch, Blazing Strike is inspired by fighting games from Capcom and SNK: a four-button system with six normal attacks, three defensive attacks and a special combo meter.

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