Dead or Alive 6 adds Raidou, Chinese Festival stage

The Regeneration of Brutality.

Koei Tecmo has updated the official website for Dead or Alive 6, revealing playable character Raidou and new stage “Chinese Festival.”

Get the details below.

■ Characters

Raidou (voiced by Tetsu Inada)
The Regeneration of Brutality

  • Country: Japan
  • Age: Classified
  • Blood Type: Classified
  • Height / Weight: Classified
  • Occupation: Classified
  • Favorite Food or Drink: Classified
  • Hobby: Classified
  • Fighting Style: Modified Mugen Tenshin Ninjutsu – With Mugen Tenshin Ninjutsu as a base, he uses his mimicry skills to copy various powerful moves of other styles as well. He favors a power-focused fighting style, making use of his colossal physique, using both moves stolen from others, and his own, such as the Tenho-Gorai-Sho and the Rekku-Jinraisatsu.

Dead or Alive 6

Raidou was thought to be killed during an explosion after the first Dead or Alive tournament, but his body was secretly recovered and experimented on using DOATEC’s biotechnology, and while that leaves Raidou without a mind of his own, he has now devolved into a madman who only craves strength and destruction.

Dead or Alive 6

Dead or Alive 6

■ Stages

Chinese Festival

A corner in the China Town, with remnants of Spring Festival decorations visible all around. Beware, the ground is littered with unused fireworks, which may cause explosions if disturbed.

Dead or Alive 6

This is a busy back alley, with plenty of spectators. Throw your opponents into an old neon sign board to send sparks flying and boost the damage!

Dead or Alive 6

Dead or Alive 6 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 1.

View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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