Fatal Fury City of the Wolves will have Japanese and English VAs for all characters including Griffon Mask
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Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves Will Have Japanese and English VAs

SNK announced more details on Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves by uploading new trailers. The company revealed that the new Fatal Fury fighting game will be available with Japanese and English VAs in early 2025.

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SNK first revealed City of the Wolves during the EVO 2023 tournaments in early August 2023. Back then, it did not announce any platforms or release windows. With the newly published Announcement Trailer, the company confirmed a release window in early 2025. “Rev” will also be a primary keyword in this game, as it will have features like Rev Guard, Rev Blow, Rev Arts, and Rev Accel.

In addition, SNK also revealed that City of the Wolves will feature Japanese and English voiceover options for all characters appearing in the game. However, the company has yet to confirm whether players will be able to set individual character voice languages like Capcom’s Street Fighter series or not.

Here are the first five characters revealed for Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves, along with their respective Japanese and English VAs:

  • Rock Howard: Yuma Uchida / Griffin Puatu
  • Terry Bogard: Takashi Kondo / Michael Schneider
  • Hotaru Futaba: Manaka Iwami / Suzie Yeung
  • Griffon Mask: Hikaru Hanada / Jalen K. Cassell
  • Preecha: Chika Anzai / Mia Paige

Here’s the City of the Wolves Japanese voice actor announcement trailer:

And the other version with English voice actors is also available to watch right below:

Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves will be available in Early 2025. SNK has still yet to announce platforms for the new fighting game by the time it published these trailers.

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