Bandai Namco officially announces Project X Zone 2

A follow-up to Sega, Capcom, and Namco’s mashup

Back in 2013, Capcom, Bandai Namco, and Sega teamed up to give us a healthy serving of fanservice in the form of Project X Zone for the 3DS. Our own Kyle MacGregor called it a “love letter from Japan,” and I think that’s a pretty spot-on statement.

At Bandai Namco’s Global Gamer Day event in Las Vegas it’s announced a sequel, titled Project X Zone 2. It will once again unite the three studios’ properties, and the franchises revealed so far include Sakura Wars, Tekken, Devil May Cry, Mega Man X, Yakuza, Virtua Fighter, .hack, Strider, Shinobi, Soul Calibur V, and Resident Evil.

Monolith Soft is developing the 3DS-exclusive and will release it this fall. Yes, it is also releasing in the West!

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