Project X Zone 2 is going to feature quite a few characters taken from Bandai Namco, Capcom and SEGA series. The original game already featured quite a few popular characters so it will be interesting to see who is going to be added to the game.
Some characters that have already appeared in the original game are also going to be present in Project X Zone 2. A few days ago Japanese magazine Famitsu confirmed that some returning characters such as Chun-Li, Ling Xiaoyu, Dimitri, Morrigan and others will be back in the game. Some of the characters will become solo units while other will be paired to different ones.
Earlier today some new Project X Zone 2 screenshots have emerged online thanks to the game’s official Japanese website, showcasing the characters that have been confirmed earlier this week. You can take a look at the screenshots right below
Project X Zone 2 is the sequel to the original Project X Zone, the unique strategy role-playing game developed by Banpresto and Monolith Soft including several characters taken from Bandai Namco, Capcom and SEGA series. Among the many popular characters included in the game are Mega Man X and Zero from Mega Man X, Ryu and Ken from Street Fighter, Yuri, Estelle and Flynn from Tales of Vesperia, Jin Kazama from Tekken, Dante and Lady from Devil May Cry and many others. The game has been quite successful in all regions so the announcement of its sequel made quite a few gamers happy
Project X Zone 2 is going to include several tweaks to its gameplay experience as well as plenty of new characters and pairs such as Strider Hiryu from Strider, Leon S. Kennedy from Resident Evil, Phoenix Wright and Maya Fey from Ace Attorney, Axel Stone from Streets of Rage, Vergil from Devil May Cry and many others. The new characters and gameplay tweaks will make Project X Zone 2 as engaging as its predecessor as if not even more
Project X Zone 2 will be released next year in North America and Europe exclusively on Nintendo 3DS. More on the game will be coming soon so stay tuned for all the latest news.