Will the DNF Duel Enchantress bewitch you in battle?

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Who do you voodoo?

Yes indeed, we are less than a month away from the long-time-coming launch of anime fighter DNF Duel and publisher Nexon is still dropping character reveal trailers. Who’s that clomp, clomp, clomping her massive-ass shoes down the hallway? It’s the pint-sized voodoo queen herself, Enchantress!

Bedecked in Gothic-Lolita fashions and wearing an equally heavy look of mischief, Enchantress might be the smallest and youngest competitor to enter the DNF Duel ring, but what she lacks in size she makes up for in frightening black magic abilities. An expert in the ways of voodoo and the dark arts, Enchantress is able to conjure up projectiles and other weaponry twice her size, while also holding her own in CQC thanks to her super cute broomstick.

If that wasn’t enough, then the opposition might also find themselves on the business end of her scary stuffed toy companion, who can be given life and form, offering up several attack options, and even growing to monumental size to finally put the hexclamation mark on the battle. A true puppet player, Enchantress and her sinister arts are certainly not to be taken lightly. Spooky!

While the fighting game community is understandably frothing at the mouth due to the reveal of a certain Capcom sequel, I think we’d all be fools to sleep on DNF Duel. With gameplay designed by Guilty Gear‘s Arc System Works, (ably assisted by fight fanatics Eighting), and a really cool,  varied roster of characters, DNF Duel is looking better and better by the week. Throw in the previously announced rollback netcode and several single-player features, and I think we have ourselves an underdog contender worth keeping an eye on. I can’t wait to check it out…

…But who to play? There’s too many cool characters!

DNF Duel will launch on PlayStation and PC platforms June 28 — after you take a look at Enchantress, why not check out the previous character trailers for Berserker, Grappler, Hitman, Inquisitor, Striker, Ranger, Dragon Knight, Vanguard, Kunoichi, Crusader, Ghostblade, Launcher, Troubleshooter, and Swift Master.

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Chris Moyse
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