Arika has actually revealed Fighting EX Layer: Another Dash for Switch. It will introduce in 2021.
Battling EX Layer: Another Dash is a different title from Fighting EX Layer. Gougis and dashes have actually been replaced by new systems such as EX-Dash, EX-Arrow, and EX-Illusion; some characters have actually been adjusted; and some relocations have been modified.
Fighting EX Layer: Another Dash uses backstep interrupt netcode based on delay netcode. Sometime after release, Arika hopes to change the netcode with “The Best of Both Games” netcode, which is presently in screening and based on rollback netcode.
More details will be revealed on April 1.
Battling EX Layer is available now for PlayStation 4, PC through Steam, and arcades.
Enjoy the statement trailer below.
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