The King of Fighters XIV will supplement a Saudi Arabia-themed warrior and a Masmak installation theatre as downloadable content, SNK announced.
In September, a association Manga Productions hold a amicable media competition in a Middle East to pattern a impression and theatre to seem in a fighting game. Over 300 entries were perceived from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Iraq, a United Arab Emirates, Oman, and more, and a impression and theatre were comparison from among them to seem in The King of Fighters XIV.
To select a winner, Manga Productions determined a preference cabinet with SNK, and a leader was comparison on Oct 18. The preference cabinet consisted of 10 staff from SNK, including The King of Fighters XIV writer Yasuyuki Oda, impression engineer Eisuke Ogura, and art executive Nobuyuki Kuroki, and 3 staff from Manga Productions, including CEO Essam Bukhary and COO Amr Almaddah, for a sum of 13 members.
In a impression category, a pattern of a womanlike conflicting from Najd (pictured) by Mashael Al-Barrak of Saudi Arabia was selected. And in a theatre category, a pattern of a complicated day Masmak installation in a form of an locus by Zainab Al-Lawaty of Oman was selected.
Both winners were publicly announced during a Misk Global Forum in Saudi Arabia on Nov 16. SNK authority and executive executive Zhihui Ge, Manga Productions boss Badr Al-Azerkel, and CEO Essam Bukhary participated in a ceremony.
A recover date for a new warrior and theatre was not announced.
The King of Fighters XIV is accessible now for PlayStation 4 and PC.