Dead or Alive 6 is finally upon us, and with that comes several months of waiting to see which characters will make the launch roster. If you’re having a hard time keeping up to date, don’t worry, this article will be continuously updated with the latest information on DOA6 confirmed characters. If you need to know the confirmed Dead or Alive 6 characters, we’ve got you covered between now and the early 2019 release. So let’s dive right in and take a look at the confirmed characters for DOA6, with continual updates coming on which Dead or Alive 6 characters you can play as soon as they're announced.
DOA6 Confirmed Characters
- Jann Lee
- New Male Character (unannounced)
- New Female Character (unannounced)
The announcement trailer for DOA6 revealed the first six characters confirmed for the game. They include series staples that would be shocking if not included: Hayabusa, Hayate, Helena, Jann Lee, Kasumi and Zack. While no other characters are confirmed at the moment, DOA6 director, Yohei Shimbori, stated that many of the series regulars would be coming to the game, as well as brand new characters (yes that was intentionally plural). It was later confirmed that at least two brand new characters will be added to DOA6 in the form of one new male character and one new female characters. While details on both characters remain a mystery, we at least have confirmation that they're coming.
Dead or Alive 5 included quite a few guest characters, most notably from Virtua Fighter and The King of Fighters. While it has been confirmed that no guests characters will appear in the launch roster, the door is still open to the possibility of guest characters coming to the game in the form of post-launch DLC. With no news on Virtua Fighter 6 in sight, most VF fans would likely be pleased to see more crossover between the two titles.
As we approach the looming early 2019 release date, more characters are sure to be announced. DOA fans should keep an eye on Prima Games for a hands-on, detailed breakdown of the E3 build coming next week. In addition, there’s an official side tournament for DOA5:LR at Evo 2018, happening August 3-5 in Las Vegas. While Team Ninja has yet to confirm if DOA6 will make an appearance at Evo, it would be surprising if a playable demo wasn’t available for fans to play at the event.
Stay tuned to Prima Games as we offer more Dead or Alive 6 content in the coming weeks and months!