Fatal Fury City of the Wolves demo characters in Evo 2024
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Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves Demo Will Appear at Evo 2024

SNK has announced that it will bring a new demo build of Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves to Evo 2024. People who attend the annual fighting game tournament will be able to try out the new title ahead of its full release in early 2025.

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This demo build will have the following five playable characters: Rock Howard, Terry Bogard, Preecha, Vox Reaper, and Marco Rodrigues. While the first three characters also appeared in the first demo build at Evo Japan 2024, Vox and Marco will replace Griffon Mask and Hotaru Futaba in the new list.

SNK is also preparing free merchandise giveaways related to the game in the venue. The company will give a neck strap to people who have filled out the demo’s questionnaire. Visitors can also take a picture at SNK’s photo spot and show it in an X post with the #FatalFury hashtag to get a beer bottle-shaped inflatable cheering stick.

The biggest highlighted merchandise will be fight stick buttons decorated with the game’s characters. SNK will set up a versus spot using Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves. Those who manage to defeat two other players in a row will be able to win one of the buttons. They must switch out after achieving the feat, although they can also return to get even more buttons.

Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves will be available for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store in early 2025. SNK will bring a new demo build of the upcoming Fatal Fury entry to Evo 2024, which will take place in Las Vegas on July 19-21, 2024.

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