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What DF Happened Last Week? Dec 3 - Dec 9

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What DF Happened Last Week? Dec 3 - Dec 9
Everything you need to know about the last week in the FGC

Last week was plentiful of news and events that might be of interest to any fighting game fan, and DashFight is here again to briefly cover everything notable that happened in the past seven days. So sit back and enjoy your news feed down below.

Project L news

Riot Games shared more info regarding their highly anticipated free-to-play fighting game title set in the universe of League of Legends. This time they dived more into developing a tag system and synergies between characters and briefly showcased Illaoi, one more iconic character who joined the roster. Check out the full video down below.

DNF Duel major update and Switch release

Arc System Works has announced another major update coming to DNF Duel shortly, as well as a new character, Spectre, to join the roster. Besides, DNF Duel will come to Nintendo Switch somewhere in Spring 2023. 

Source: DNF Duel

Guilty Gear -STRIVE- update

Guilty Gear -STRIVE-, another title by Arc System Works, will also receive a big update in December with many balance changes and quality of life improvements. Also, a teaser trailer dropped right at the end of the ARCREVO Japan 2022 live stream, which hints at the next character joining the game's roster. 

Brawlhalla reveals a new legend

Tezca, a new legend, is coming to Brawlhalla soon alongside the new weapon announced earlier, the Battle Boots. The other weapon the new character will use is Gauntlets. Enjoy the reveal trailer down below.

The Game Awards

The Game Awards ceremony happened yesterday night, with dozens of announcements, trailers, and lots of other exciting stuff regarding various upcoming video games, including certain fighters. However, a few days before, Ed Boon, Chief Creative Officer of NetherRealm Studios and the Mortal Kombat franchise, made a statement that, despite high anticipation, a new NRS game won't be announced during the ceremony, leaving the community heartbroken.

Meanwhile, MultiVersus by Player First Games won the Fighting Game of the Year award, leaving The King of Fighters XV, DNF Duel, JoJo Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R, and Sifu behind. 

Capcom also prepared something special for the ceremony and showed a trailer for the upcoming Street Fighter 6, showcasing new and returning characters to join the roster, locations, and minigames. And we also have a release date - mark June 2, 2023, in your calendars since another fight is coming our way.

A highly anticipated trailer for Tekken 8 has also been revealed during the ceremony, showing a mix of story and gameplay footage and a glimpse of who will be in the game's base roster. 

CPT 2022 - North America East

During the weekend, Punk secured his spot in the upcoming Capcom Cup IX by winning CPT 2022 - NA East online tournament. Check out the event's full results at the start.gg page or here on DashFight down below.

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