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Even the English dub trailer for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is here, and with it, we get a preview of the British voice cast for the game’s four-way cross battle. The trailer verifies you could expect to watch your favorite first voice actors from BlazBlue, Persona and RWBY, as well as the first-ever unveiling of the British cast for your Under Night In-Birth characters.

In the trailer we get the Opportunity to view the English dub of Ragna that the Bloodedge and Jin Kisaragi from the BlazBlue franchise; Yu Narukami and Yosuke Hanamura from Persona 4 Arena; Hyde and also Linne from   Under Night In-Birth; and Ruby Rose and Weiss Schnee from RWBY. In addition, we get to see helps, some awesome combos and dialogue between their partners and the characters, such as Ragna calling Jin Yosuke ’ and Yu and that a pervs ever-blossoming bromance.

All-in-all, the British voice cast seems to be solid, even for characters who are getting their English dubs. Interactions between characters through assists, combos and introductions seem fitting, charming and funny for pair or each person.   If you want to see more about the game, take a look at the latest DLC statement, a batch of screenshots straight from Arc System Works, as well as the  first DLC package  that is free for a limited time.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle will be set to launch in Japan on May 31, 2018 and North America on June 5, 2018 using a to-be-determined release date for EU areas. The game will probably be coming into the Switch, PS4 and PC, and you can preorder your copy from Amazon here.

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