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Soul Calibur 6 - 2B Battle Director Comment

2B from "NieR:Automata" is the newest character coming to Soul Calibur 6 and we have some details from the Soul Calibur 6 Battle Director (@oosaka_twt) that describes how she's going to fight. Her combat design sounds a bit like Noctis's from Tekken 7 in which they're both recommended as easy beginner characters with simple commands in their movelists. 2B's unique characteristic in SC6 though is she has her Pod 042 assistant that helps her out during battles. You can read more of what she has in store in English down below (Thanks Game Watch for the source.)

Game Watch ≫


▌SoulCalibur VI - YoRHa No.2 Type B
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Like in the original work "NieR:Automata"; 2B is an "all-rounder" character that is equipped with a short sword, large sword and spear to handle all kinds of combat situations.

Of course her combat style features many of her graceful attacks from the game, she is also accompanied by her tactical "Pod 042" support that allows 2B to attack the opponent over long distances and in quick waves. After certain attacks, 2B can follow-up her offense by transitioning into her special "Dash" or "Jump" stances that allows her to rush the opponent down or go for air juggle combos.

A lot of 2B's techniques including long strings of attacks can be performed with either simple button presses or holding buttons down so 2B as a character is especially recommended for players that are brand new to fighting games. Because 2B comes with a lot of unique elements that are not found in all the other characters in SOULCALIBUR VI, even veteran SOULCALIBUR players will have something brand new to experience and look forward to!


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