Nvidia shows off PC Soulcalibur VI, looking very nice in 4K


Looking sharp there, Geralt

Those of you who have big-time fancy-pants displays and PCs might want to check out this video, hosted by graphical giants Nvidia. The clip features gameplay footage from Bandai Namco’s upcoming fighter sequel Soulcalibur VI, running on PC in 4K.

Among the fighters shown dishing out beatdowns with perfect clarity are stealthy ninja Taki, troubled knight Siegfreid and bad-boy Maxi, as well as guest stars Yoshimitsu (from Tekken) and Geralt of Rivia (from The Witcher series). Also putting in a rare appearance is all-new superstar Grøh.

I gotta admit, brothers and sisters, that things are looking pretty crisp. The game seems to be running super-smooth and couldn’t really be much crisper without pushing forward into the next gen of gaming. Although I haven’t had the chance to play Soulcalibur VI since I tried its first build back in December, I’m practically chomping at the bit to get my hands on the finished game.

Soulcalibur VI launches on PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 19.