Customizing Soul Calibur V character, Creation Mode walkthrough video

Having already brought you some details regarding a guest cameo appearance in Soul Calibur V from a certain Italian stallion, we can now bring you a trailer which features one of the game’s most exciting and promising modes revealed so far, the Creation Mode which allows players to create their own character.

While details on the game have been scarce so far, we have still managed to bring you some analysis of the debatably poor graphics thanks to an article by Alan Ng. The new details revealed about the game are definitely positive this time, with the video showcasing an extensive customization feature that will not only allow players to create their own character but also edit the existing ones.

From the video which can be viewed below, we can see there are several options to choose from when customizing a character, making it look quite complicated. Luckily series producer Tago, is there to help us with a walkthrough of what can be done. He shows us that almost anything can be customized including height and build, muscle tone (editing individual body parts separately), facial features, hair and costume, even the voice and the whites of the character’s eyes can be edited.

Overall this is a great improvement from the previous creation mode, as Tago explains in the video. The game is expected to be released January 31st in the U.S and in Europe on February 3rd. all the characters from the series are expected to appear as well as a few guest additions like the one we explained about earlier. A special edition version of the fighter has also been announced bringing some extra content with it.

Are you impressed with what you have seen of Soul Calibur V so far?

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Written by Chris Cook

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