Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves full character roster

Want to see all of the characters confirmed so far for SNK's latest Fatal Fury? Check out our guide of all main and DLC characters here.

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SNK’s Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves is a return to one-on-one fist-fighting for the game developer, following on the strong success of The King of Fighters 15. A direct follow-up to the legendary Garou: Mark of the Wolves, City of the Wolves utilizes Garou’s classic T.O.P. (Tactical Offensive Point) system alongside the new REV system, allowing players to power up their favorite characters in a variety of ways and launch incredible new offensive and defensive tactics with them. What might be just as important, however, are the characters. If you want to know who’s coming to Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves, whether it be the main roster or DLC, we have them all gathered here.

This article will be updated as new characters are announced. Last updated on June 7, 2024 @ 3:17 p.m. PT

Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves full character roster

Here are all of the characters appearing in Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves, as shared by SNK so far:

Terry Bogard

Terry Bogard in Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves
Terry Bogard is the longtime protogonist of the Fatal Fury series.
Source: SNK

Terry returns in his older state as the veteran secondary protagonist of the Fatal Fury series, bowing out only second to Rock Howard, who is the star of Garou: Mark of the Wolves.

Hotaru Futaba

Hotaru Futaba in Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves
Hotaru Futaba is the younger sister of fellow Garou favorite Gato, and uses spirit energy to fight.
Source: SNK

A peaceful soul, Hotaru only fights when she has to, but she is capable of imbuing spirit energy into her attacks to rock her opponents' very souls.

Rock Howard

Rock Howard in Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves
Rock Howard is Terry's adopted son and the son of former Fatal Fury antogonist Geese Howard.
Source: SNK

The actual son of Geese Howard, taken in by Terry Bogard after his passing, Rock has a strong offense composed of a mix his father's martial arts andTerry Bogard's as well.

B. Jenet

B. Jenet in Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves
B. Jenet is a pirate with a stylish aerial combat style.
Source: SNK

B. Jenet returns from Garou: Mark of the Wolves, bringing her pirate combat style that features a wealth of flourishes and aerial moves to keep opponents juggled once she catches them.


Preecha in Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves
Preecha is a newcomer to Fatal Fury that uses kickboxing and tornado moves similar to Joe Higashi
Source: SNK

Preecha is a mysterious newcomer to Fatal Fury, but has some familiarities. Her fighting style is kickboxing, and she can wield the very wind in her strikes, much like Muay Thai champion

Vox Reaper

Vox Reaper in Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves
Vox Reaper looks like a ruffian that can take a punch and give it back exponentially harder.
Source: SNK

Vox Reaper is another newcomer in the Fatal Fury universe. He utilizes a hard-hitting martial arts style in which he can soak up an attack to power his own offense.

Marco Rodriguez

Marco Rodriguez in Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves
Marco Rodriguez is a returning practitioner of Kyokugen Karate.
Source: SNK

Returning from Garou: Mark of the Wolves, Marco Rodriguez uses Kyokugen Karate popularized by Ryo, Takuma, and other Art of Fighting characters.

Tizoc/Griffon Mask

Tizoc and definitely not King of Dinosaurs from Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves.
Tizoc is a champion masked wrestler. He is not to be confused with King of Dinosaurs, who is a nasty villain, heel, and definitely not the same guy.
Source: SNK

Tizoc is a champion superstar wrestler from Mexico. Donning his trademark griffon mask, he brings the gift and pageantry of muscle-bound grappling to the rest of the Fatal Fury cast.

That covers the entirety of the Fatal Fury: City of the Wolves cast as we know it. Stay tuned for more updates on the game such as further character reveals and DLC announcements. You can also check out our gameplay preview to see how the new REV system and other mechanics work in the new Fatal Fury.

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