The trailer, since pulled, revealed that the PlayStation Vita, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game will feature GGPO, ighting game networking software developed to help diminish lag in online play.
Formally known as Yatagarasu Attack on Cataclysm, the game is also set for a release on the PlayStation Vita, publisher Nicalis announced in August. According to Victor Rodriguez, CEO and executive producer, the game was shifted from a Nintendo 3DS to a PS Vita release "due to the incredibly overwhelming response from the fighting gaming community." The Vita version will feature an overhauled soundtrack, new parallax scrolling effects and local wireless play.
Rodriguez previously revealed that the fighting game will have a "super-unique color commentary system [that] emulates that old arcade experience," featuring its own commentators. The developers accepted auditions in September for one member of the gaming community the opportunity to voice a commentator.
We have reached out to Nicalis for confirmation.