Double Dragon Revive official reveal trailer
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Double Dragon Revive Reveal Trailer Shows Renewed Actions

Arc System Works has formally revealed Double Dragon Revive by publishing its official website and trailer. Following an early reveal in the Weekly Famitsu magazine, the company confirmed that the new game will be available simultaneously worldwide in 2025.

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This new game will bring back the classic belt-scrolling beat ’em up game with a modern 3D presentation. Like most of the prior series entries, players will take the roles of the martial artists William “Billy” Lee and James “Jimmy” Lee. The game will be playable in both single-player and two-player co-op; both characters will appear simultaneously in the latter.

The Steam page reveals that Yuke’s, the development studio best known for wrestling games like WWE 2K19 and AEW Fight Forever, is working on this new game. It also hinted that the game will have an online mode with in-game chat.

The page also shows that Double Dragon Revive will be available with voiceovers in Japanese and English. It will also have additional subtitle options in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese.

The official reveal trailer for Double Dragon Revive is also available to watch right below:

Double Dragon Revive will be available for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam worldwide in 2025.

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