Atlus Announces King of Fighters Delay, Gives New Trailer

While The King of Fighters series hasn’t had the popularity of the Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat series, it still has a fair share of followers.  The King of Fighters XIII it the next game in the series with an impressive 30+ fighters.  Unfortunately getting all that content crammed in has forced Atlus to announce that King of Fighters XIII has been delayed.

ATLUS today announced a slight delay for THE KING OF FIGHTERS XIII, the latest entry in the legendary fighting franchise for PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system (PS3™) and Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft.  The highly anticipated fighter, vastly expanded and improved over its predecessor, is now set to launch on November 22.  In addition to news of the title’s new release date, ATLUS also today released a fast-paced, high-impact full trailer for the game, giving fans a formal invitation to take part in what is truly poised to be the ultimate fighting tournament.

If you have any interest in this game, I highly encourage you to pre-order so that you can get the four disc soundtrack.  Don’t forget to look at the new trailer below.

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