With the recently ended Gamescom, we have yet another glimpse at Namco's fifth edition of the eternally retold tale of soul and sword.

Right beside Capcom's Street Fighter X Tekken, Namco's Soulcalibur V is undoubtedly the other most anticipated title in the current resurgence of fighting games.

We have had extensive coverages on the fifth edition of Namco's Soul series during earlier events such as E3 and Comic-Con. With the recently ended Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, a new trailer has been released. Hit the jump to check out the trailer, furnished with more gameplay sequences than the previous versions.

Along with the new trailer, further confirmation of the roster, as well as scores of character arts and screenshots from the title was also released during the event.

Joining the previously confirmed roster would be returning characters, Maxi, Tira, Hildegard "Hilde" von Krone, and Voldo, who have been with the series since the first installment.

Here are the character art and their CG iterations, respectively.

Maxi, the nunchaku-wielding pirate.

Tira, the demented servant to Soul Edge.

Voldo, the blind, mute, and deaf loyal servant to the merchant Vercci, who is incidentally one of the twisted characters in fighting game history.

Hildegard "Hilde" von Krone, the princess armed with a short sword and a spear who debuted in Soulcalibur IV.

And here are the newly-released screenshots.

The recently unveiled box art for the PlayStation 3 iteration.


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