It was also revealed during the Microsoft E3 2019 Xbox press conference that players will be able to jump into the world of Bleeding Edge for the very first time when the game's technical Alpha begins on June 27th. However, the leak did nothing to lessen the punch that the trailer packed at E3. Each of the characters looks quite unique compared to the next, and already it seems the game will launch with quite the extensive cast.
Ninja Theory, the makers of critical hits such as Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice and DmC: Devil May Cry were one of the big studios brought under the fold of Microsoft Games Studios. There's a leaked trailer you can watch there too, which looks to be what we'll be seeing at Microsoft's Xbox Showcase on Monday. If this leak proves to true (which it appears to be), Bleeding Edge will offer something completely different from the traditional Ninja Theory catalogue.
"Each fighter in 'Bleeding Edge' is unique, but roughly fits into an Assassin, Support, or Heavy archetype", creative director Rahni Tucker said in a blog post. The trailer features a clash of the playable characters.
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That's all we know at this point, but we're looking into it more.
An official release date wasn't nailed down for Bleeding Edge at E3 2019, but fans will actually have the chance to try it out later this month.
Ninja Theory was acquired by the green team a year ago and is now under the Xbox Game Studios umbrella developing games for the Xbox brand.