No extra Gougi Decks it appears

Fighting EX Layer might have began as an “April Fool’s joke,” nevertheless it’s continued to evolve over these previous few years with its subsequent incarnation now recognized to the world.

Arika introduced through the Japan Fighting Game Publisher Roundtable that Fighting EX Layer: Another Dash might be coming to the Nintendo Switch later this 12 months, which seems to be to re-work lots of the sport’s core methods.

Gougi Decks at the moment are fully gone from the match expertise and at the moment are changed with numerous new EX strikes / methods to provide each character some further juice once they have meter.

EX-Dash, EX-Arrow and EX-Illusion are methods to provide gamers extra defensive and offensive choices although that is not all that’s altering. Battle stability changes are additionally coming to some characters / strikes.

Some of those adjustments look to be fairly just like what Arika beforehand confirmed within the April Fool’s Day beta model although there is no phrase of Another Dash coming to different platforms proper now.

One factor the brand new port won’t characteristic at launch, nevertheless, is the rollback netcode the opposite variations obtained and can as a substitute be utilizing what they’re calling backstep interrupt, which seems to be to cover enter delay in variable frames.

If all goes effectively, nevertheless, Arika is hoping to mix the 2 types of netcode collectively for the “better of each worlds.”

More details about Another Dash is approaching April 1 due to course it’s. Maybe we’ll see extra about that Prayer to Death sport they teased final 12 months too.