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SNK titles discounted on Steam until Sept. 10

Steam is currently running a big sale on its collection of SNK titles through the beginning of September 2017.

The company’s most recent offering, King of Fighters XIV, is marked down to $34.95 and its collection of DLC characters now only costs players $9.99. SNK’s other offerings, meanwhile, have all seen much bigger markdowns as players can purchase the KOF Triple Pack—KOF XIII Steam Edition, KOF ’98 UMFE and KOF 2002 UM—for $10.49 and both Last Blade 2 and Garou: Mark of the Wolves are half off at $4.99.

 

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Posted by Pakistan Virtual Gaming Federation on Wednesday, September 6, 2017

SNK Developing Other Titles Besides KOF XIV, Planning Announcements for 2017

4Gamer did a series of interviews with 149 different game developers, personalities and such recently, and one of the people interviewed was King of Fighters 14 producer Yasuyuki Oda.

You can read one of 4Gamer’s questions below, along with the first part of Oda’s answer, translated by me, Nicholas “MajinTenshinhan” Taylor.

4Gamer: Do you have any message for our readers, about your ambitions moving into 2017?

Yasuyuki Oda: We announced the 1.10 version of King of Fighters 14, but we’re working on a lot of other stuff, as well. First off is the ’98 Athena costume which should’ve been shown already by the time this article is published. We’ve got more to announce as well, so please look forward to that.

Continue below to see what Oda followed up with.

Yasuyuki Oda: Also, development is proceeding well on a non-KoF project as well! Actually, multiple projects! We’re working hard to make sure that we’ll have things to announce for you all in 2017. There’s also a huge update for the smartphone game Metal Slug Attack coming up.

There was a rumor going around almost a year ago about a new Samurai Shodown being in development, and SNK reiterated their wishes to work on the franchise in September.

What are you hoping to see from SNK in 2017? Let us know in the comments.

Source: 4Gamer.