'The King of Fighters XIV' Release Date, News & Update: SNK Debuts Demo Version 2, Features Sneak Peek at Update 1.10 Arriving January 11
Back in August, SNK released the fighting game titled "The King of Fighters XIV," which is directed by "Street Fighter IV"'s Yasuyuki Oda. The game was generally well-received by gamers and critics alike. The latest news surrounding the SNK game is that the studio debuts Demo Version 2, which features sneak peek at Update 1.10 arriving January 11.
Ahead of the upcoming Update 1.10 for "The King of Fighters XIV," SNK debuts Demo Version 2, and with it are some changes from the Demo Version 1. According to Gematsu, gamers will notice a graphics update, as well as additional color variations for every character in the game. Another difference from Demo Version 1 are the changes in playable characters Terry, Leona, and Yuri Sakazaki.
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PlayStation Lifestyle reports that "The King of Fighters XIV" gamers should also expect seven playable characters in Demo Version 2, including Kyo Kusanagi, Iori Yagami, Shun’Ei, and King of Dinosaurs. there's also Terry Bogard, Leona Heidern, and Yuri Sakazaki. Meanwhile, gamers will find three new game modes, namely Tutorial Mode, VS Mode (against player or CPU), and training mode.
"The King of Fighters XIV" is now playable on PlayStation 4. It features a roster of 16 teams of three fighters, with as much as 50 combatants. These characters have three types of supers, namely the "Super Special Moves," "Max Super Special Moves," and the new "Climax Super Special Moves."
In other "The King of Fighters XIV" news, Siliconera reports that the new DLC costume for Athena is now available. It's an iconic look and a throwback to "The King of Fighters ‘98," and is only available until January 22. To keep up on the latest on "The King of Fighters XIV," make sure to bookmark this page. In the meantime, check out the video below.