Those that download the demo will get a free dynamic theme for their PlayStation 4. It's coming a long way since its initial showing, and now everyone can finally see it in action for themselves. To kick things off, here's a brand new trailer for the story, which looks all kinds of insane. It will come with seven fighters out of a roster of fifty but will not come with the full game's online mode.
Are you ready for the next The King of Fighters?
The standard edition of the game will go for $59.99/CA$79.99 at launch.
Pre-orders have also opened up for both physical and digital copies of King of Fighters XIV, so if you order now you'll gain instant access to classic Kyo's outfit along with Nightmare Geese, which reminds me of an Akuma-tier level of Geese Howard.
The story trailer aired during this year's EVO 2016 event that took place in Las Vegas, Nevada over the weekend.
3-Disc Soundtrack - Those looking for an audio fix will be able to enjoy a three-disc soundtrack (housed in a gorgeous Mai Shiranui illustrated case) comprised of 60+ electric songs worthy of the greatest fighting tournament in the world.
Atlus U.S.A., Inc. has become known across the industry as a mark of high-quality, deeply immersive, uniquely Japanese video game experiences. It was not specified in which countries the demo will be available, but we suppose that it should be available in North America and Europe.