Soul Calibur VI, by Bandai Namco Studios, was released late last year and was expected to be the final game in the series. During that time the game\u2019s producer, Motohiro Okubo, indicated that making the game was a struggle in the first place and that its future was not necessarily inevitable. However, fast forward to today, it looks like the game is getting a second season and the dev team was clear enough in saying that the game\u2019s player base helped to make the future of Soul Calibur brighter.\r\n\r\nThe game producer posted a tweet earlier this week saying that there were no plans for Season Two, and that \u201cProject Soul was able to get a green light.\u201d He went on to thank the gaming community for their support and mentioned SNK for their permission within a short period.\r\n\r\nOkubo also linked a trailer from the official Soul Calibur account on twitter featuring the new pass for the second season.\r\n\r\nAlthough there might have been no plans on Bandai Namco\u2019s part to pursue Season II for Soul Calibur VI, the game development company posted a Youtube video. It revealed several exciting contents including four all-new characters like Haohmaru from Samurai Shodown.\r\n\r\nFrom the looks of the trailer, it is also possible that a \u201cnew system\u201d is in the works, but no news has been released about it. A parry-based fighting mechanic might also be in the works, which could make gameplay more engaging and open up possibilities for combat strategies.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=C4BssK32348&feature=youtu.be[\/embed]\r\n\r\nAlong with Haohmaru, a familiar Soul Calibur maiden, Cassandra may be taking part in the Second Season Pass. The \u201cwarring maiden\u201d was clearly shown in the video, and it looks like she is headed for the game this time.\r\n\r\nThere is no release date as of now, and Bandai Namco is putting every gaming fanatic at the edge of their seats by just saying \u201ccoming soon\u201d in its video. Soul Calibur VI was in its final development stages when it was announced during the 2017\u2019s Game Awards. Though the game received positive reviews from critiques, it was in danger of not selling well. Compared to other titles in the series, Soul Caliver VI was slow in picking up sales. The previous titles, Soul Calibur IV and V, topped each other selling more than two million copies in just eight months.\r\n\r\nThough Soul Calibur VI was not close behind, thanks to its community support the game would be getting Season 2.