Siegfried announced for Soul Calibur VI

Longtime Soul Calibur character, fan favourite and other half to Nightmare, Siegfried has been announced for Soul Calibur VI. Siegfried in Soul Calibur 6 doesn’t come as a surprise.

He’s appeared in each and every Soul Calibur title and up until Soul Calibur V was the series’ main character and protagonist. 

His alter-ego Nightmare has been the series’ antagonist and Siegfried is on a quest to atone for his actions while under the influence of Soul Edge.

Siegfried in Soul Calibur 6

The short, one-minute video focuses on Siegfried in combat. It shows him using the Zweihänder and fighting Kilik, Zasalamel , Mitsurugi and Nightmare. 

Siegfried’s move set looks similar to how it’s been in the past with long, slow sweeping attacks and heavy rush combos. Siegfried in Souls Calibur 6 appears to be the same deliberate, heavy hitting tank he’s always been.

Along with the trailer, we’ve also got a handful of screenshots showing Siegfriend in Soul Calibur 6.

Check them out below.

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Siegfried is the latest character revealed for Soul Calibur VI with the roster so far including;

  • Geralt
  • Grøh
  • Ivy
  • Kilik
  • Mitsurugi
  • Nightmare
  • Siegfried
  • Sophitia
  • Xianghua
  • Zasalamel

Geralt was rumoured to be a guest in Soul Calibur 6 in early March and was confirmed a short time later.

Soul Calibur 6 is due out in 2018 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Watch Siegfried in Soul Calibur 6 below.

Leo Stevenson
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