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Published on June 26th, 2007 | by Daniel David

Soul Calibur IV going online

Arguably one of the best fighters ever made Soul Calibur IV is getting the online treatnment and they didn’t have a choice.

“What’s changed this time round is that the next-gen platforms have network infrastructure already in place,” says Soulcalibur IV Director Katsutoshi Sasaki. We’ve heard from fans that they really want the game to be online, so we figured that, with the current environment, we really couldn’t make SC4 without online play.”

“We definitely want to allow users to fight with their customized characters during online play. But we’re unsure whether or not you’ll be able to trade characters with friends.”

Sasaki is right, with how things are now you got to have online play. Lag is going to be the real issue and I hope that gets worked out but I’m excited for this. I love this game.

Source: 1up

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6 Responses to Soul Calibur IV going online

  1. Mike says:

    Hells yeah, Soul Calibur is hot. Can’t wait for this one. Long live Kilik

  2. Mike says:

    Hells yeah, Soul Calibur is hot. Can’t wait for this one. Long live Kilik

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