Someone is making a new Bushido Blade in Unreal Engine 4 and it looks cool

Maxi Stone and his team are currently working on a realistic 3D fighting game that is inspired by the classic Bushido Blade game. This new game is called Hatashiai, is powered by Unreal Engine 4, and you can find below a video showcasing its latest build.

In Hatashiai, players will take control of famous samurai/warriors skilled at different styles of melee combat techniques to experience their ways of fighting and learn about their stories and legends.

Hatashiai has been under development for a while and according to its IndieGoGo page, it targets a Q3 2017 release on the PC.

Hatashiai promises to feature cultural & historical accuracies, a pure physics-based sword contact detection system, a one hit kill fighting system, weapon customization and feudal japan-themed environments. The game will feature a single player mode, as well as local multi-player and online multi-player.

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