Two new contenders have entered the arena of Namco Bandai's upcoming fighting game, Rise of Incarnates.
Erendira Quinn was an abused child whose power was awakened at a young age, eventually leading her to work for the U.S. government in an attempt to create a world where normal humans and incarnates could live together in harmony. When that didn't work, she became a vigilante of sorts, with the goal of holding "renegade" incarnates accountable for their actions.
Reinhold Kruger is your classic mastermind villain, working to overthrow the European Union and place power in the hands of the incarnates, which makes his recent decision to go to the United States that much more puzzling. He commands a legion of incarnates and a vast, all-encompassing intelligence network.
In the game, each character has access to a specialized vehicle; for Quinn, that's her lightning-fast motorcycle, Brynhildr, and for Kruger, it's the multi-legged battle tank Odin.
Closed beta testing for Rise of Incarnates will start in the early summer.
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