The King of Fighters 15 Trailer Showcases the Sleepy Meitenkun

The lethargic fighter makes his return for the sequel.

Posted By | On 21st, Jan. 2021

The King of Fighters 15 - Meitenkun

A new trailer is available for SNK’s The King of Fighters 15, showcasing another fighter. It’s Meitenkun, a relatively sleepy fighter who’s still capable of dishing out some serious damage, even using his pillow as a weapon. Check out the trailer below to see what he’s capable of.

Meitenkun debuted in The King of Fighters 14 and utilizes Hakkyokuminminken aka the Eight Extremities Sleepy Fist, which explains its seemingly random nature. We’re keen to see what new moves and abilities he’s gained in the sequel along with his role in the new story. SNK noted that next week would have more information, which could be another character trailer.

The King of Fighters 15 is out later this year though release platforms have yet to be announced. It will feature Shun’ei, who also debuted in the previous game, along with series regulars like Benimaru, K’, Leona and Kyo. For more details on Shun’ei, check out his character trailer here.


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