It’s one of the most iconic fighting franchises in gaming and Team Ninja are promising the greatest showdown to date. Yep, Dead Or Alive is back!

In development for Xbox One, PS4 and PC with an Early 2019 release in place, Dead Or Alive 6 promises that every fight will be presented in amazing detail, allowing fans to discern intricate facial expressions unparalleled to those seen in previous entries in the series.

The Dead Or Alive Tournament Executive Committee and hosts of Dead Or Alive 6, DOATEC, already released the names of the first set of fighters involved in this instalment – including the owner of DOATEC, Helena Douglas. Other notable fighters include the eighteenth master of the Mugen Tenshin clan, Hayate, and past DOA tournament winners; Kasumi of the Mugen Tenshin clan; the ultimate ninja, Ryu Hayabusa; the ever-entertaining host, Zack; and the most recent tournament winner, the scorching soul Jann Lee.

Two new locations have been scouted to host key matches in the sixth tournament: the remarkable DOA Colosseum, complete with three bold statues showcasing famous fighting stances, and The Throwdown, a gritty back street where raw unfiltered fighting can take place in its prime. Select locations, such as The Throwdown, allow the live audience to get even closer to the action than ever before – with some unruly fans breaking the rules and pushing fighters back into the centre of the ring. Combined with the fan-favorite ‘Mass Destruction’, where fighters can use the environment in their attacks, this tournament is set to be one of the most entertaining ever hosted by DOATEC.

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If you’re excited about the sixth DEAD OR ALIVE World Combat Championship, then you’ll probably be interested to hear that Team NINJA & DOATEC have released a trailer showcasing footage from the preliminaries. Check it out.

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