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What DF happened last week? Jul 4 - Jul 10

Alex Samonov
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What DF happened last week? Jul 4 - Jul 10
Everything notable that happened in the FGC last week.

Something worth your attention happens in the world of fighting games every week, and DashFight is here, as always, to highlight all the important stuff and save your time. So sit back, relax, and enjoy your newsfeed down below.

SF6 at San Diego Comic-Con

Undoubtfully the most currently anticipated fighting game, Street Fighter 6, will be featured at the upcoming Comic-Con in San Diego on July 21-24. Besides the info panel with the developers, where they'll share as much info about the game as possible, there will be also a demo version available to try out. 

DBFZ FGC Arcade winners

First post-patch event for DBFZ took part within Summer Community Series FGC Arcade at PlayStation Tournaments. It featured online tournaments in EU and NA regions, with Evo Hospitality package as the main prize, which includes a trip to the upcoming biggest fighting game convention of the year. It ended up with Jaorcas winning the EU bracket and Gish taking over the NA. You can check out the full final brackets down below.  

BlazBlue mobile action game is coming up 

The universe of the popular fighting game title BlazBlue is expanding with Chaos Effect - a roguelike action game has been announced recently. The game is set to be released on mobile platforms first, with technical test coming up on July 19, 2022. However, it may visit other platforms like PC later on. You can check out the detailed post on Taptap page and the trailer down below. 

New indie fighting game announcement

Last week, Umbral Core, a 2,5D dark fantasy fighting game, has been announced via Twitter. According to the post, it will feature a rollback net code, uncapped FPS, and may have optional simplified inputs for players of any skill level. You may check out the corresponding post down below, alongside with the trailer showcasing some gameplay footage. 

Melty Blood: Type Lumina new content and more

Players can expect a handful of updates coming to Melty Blood: Type Lumina during the upcoming year. It will include new playable characters, balance changes, quality of life features, bug fixes, and more. Also, players from NA will be able to participate in the official tournaments with qualifying events running up until November and a live grand final in December 2022. 

Guilty Gear Strive developer's backyard

After quite a long break, ArcSys finally released the 10th volume of Guilty Gear -Strive- developer's backyard, which features a short Q&A, some news about changes in producer position, and a survey for players to submit their opinions, questions, and requests. 

CPT 2022 South America West

The week has been concluded with another Capcom Pro Tour 2022 event, this time in South America. Dookie and his M.Bison came out as a winner, securing the spot at Capcom Cup IX. You can check out the detailed results down below.

That's a wrap up for now, but if you want to always be updated with all the fresh news regarding your favorite fighting games, players, events, and characters, stay with DashFight and follow us on Twitter and YouTube. Have a good one!

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