The developer behind Dead or Alive 5 has revealed plans to rebalance its voluptuous brawler, and has called for feedback from fans in regards to what tweaks it should implement.
Team Ninja took to Twitter to announce the move, which includes giving weaker characters a boost and taking the heavier characters down a peg or two.
And, while it doesn’t want to jump the gun in regards to what fans want to see, it has pledged to retain the “concept and importance of keeping each character’s individually. Rather than kill personality to make everyone the same, we’ll strengthen the weak characters to make a fair fight.”
The developer has promised to make public all planned changes prior to release the update, which will presumably made available free of charge.
Dead or Alive 5 was released back in September 2012 and went head-to-head with Namco Bandai’s Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Check out our review of the game here.