King of Fighters XIV for arcade testing will start in February
In October last year, SNK and SEGA released King of Fighters XIV for PlayStation 4.
Although it was only released as a console port, SNK has said King of Fighters XIV will also head to arcades.
SNK recently announced that testing of the arcade version will be done at three Taito Stations: Machida, Osaka and Fukuoka Tenjin.
Each play will cost 100 yen.
The tests will be held between 10am and midnight on February 3, 4 and 5.
Users who participate in the location test and fill out a survey will receive a special NESiCA sticker.
King of Fighters XIV is the latest instalment in the long running SNK developed fighting game series.
It is the first main line entry to be fully rendered in 3D.
The arcade conversion will be on the NESICAxLIVE 2 system.
More details are expected to be announced at Japan Amusement Expo 2017 in February.