dglobalnews.com Ultra Street Fighter II to Receive First-Person Game Mode
Published: Thu, February 16, 2017
Tech | By Arthur Brown

Ultra Street Fighter II to Receive First-Person Game Mode

Ultra Street Fighter II to Receive First-Person Game Mode

The Final Challengers' Nintendo Switch box has surfaced online recently, confirming a new first-person mode called "Unleash!"

At the end of the announcement trailer for Ultra Street Fighter II during Nintendo's livestreamed presentation for the Nintendo Switch, franchise mainstay Ryu was revealed to be launching a hadoken in first-person view. The game will also include two newly playable characters: Violent Ken and Evil Ryu.

With its built-in accelerometer and gyroscopic tracking, the Nintendo Switch's new JoyCon controllers are essentially mini Wiimotes that can be detached from the Switch tablet.

The preorder packs of games for Nintendo Switch have made their appearance in Japanese stores, and it was thus discovered the presence of a first-person mode in Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. "Ha'DO'ken", and will make special use of the Joy-Con controllers.

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Last month's debut trailer has officially confirmed an important detail - "Ultra Street Fighter II" will have a new first-person mode. The time-based, combo-scored mode appears to pit players against waves of Shadaloo soldiers.

However, it seems that these are not the only new things that gamers can look forward to in Ultra Street Fighter II.

Furthermore, the box also shows some sort of art gallery mode for the game, which will allow players to check out over 250 pages worth of artwork.

More: Nintendo Switch vs. The report notes that the box also contains a logo for the MT Framework engine. Now, it turns out that Capcom isn't quite done using Street Fighter 2 to surprise people.

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