Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 launches spring 2016 in Japan, playable characters announced

Results of the character election announced.

Dead or Alive Xtreme 3

Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Fortune for PlayStation 4 and Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Venus for PS Vita will launch in Japan during spring 2016, Koei Tecmo announced during a Tokyo Game Show stage event.

A slide shown during the event said PlayStation VR support is under consideration, but producer Yosuke Hayashi outright said it will be supported. So expect an official announcement at some point later on.

The publisher also announced the results of the character election, confirming the game’s nine playable characters.

The following nine characters will be playable:

  1. Marie Rose (17.6 percent) – PS4 first-print costume planned
  2. Honoka (14.9 percent) – PS Vita first-print costume planned
  3. Kasumi (12 percent)
  4. Ayane (8.4 percent)
  5. Kokoro (8 percent)
  6. Nyotengu (7.6 percent)
  7. Hitomi (5.9 percent)
  8. Momiji (5.1 percent)
  9. Elena (4.9 percent)

Here are the results in picture form:

Dead or Alive Xtreme 3

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