Street Fighter V New Characters

Street Fighter V will consistently offer new characters after its launch, but players will have to work for them. The popular fighting-game franchise will avoid releasing new updated games after its original release, series producer Yoshinori Ono announced on Saturday. Previous entries had full-game updates, as Capcom added changes and new fighters; there was 2008's Street Fighter IV, 2010's Super Street Fighter IV, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition later that same year and finally, Ultra Street Fighter IV in 2014. Street Fighter V will be the only full game players ever need to purchase. There will be free updates, however, so they can adjust the game's systems, and tweak existing characters to ensure all are on equal footing.



New characters will also arrive, but they won't be free. Players can either purchase them in packs using real money, or unlock them by playing Street Fighter V and earning "fight money." The game is set to come out next March with 16 playable characters four of whom will be completely new to Street Fighter (the first version of Street Fighter IV also started with 16 characters; there are now 44 in this generation after the updates from Ultra Street Fighter IV). Capcom has confirmed seven so far: They include classic fighters like Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Cammy and M. Bison, as well as Charlie Nash and Birdie, which are returning fighters from older games. Ono and Capcom made the announcement on Sunday during the Evolution Championship Series (EVO), the world's largest fighting-game tournament held annually in Las Vegas. A new character is also being teased for a Sunday reveal. Street Fighter V will be available for PC and PlayStation 4 in 2016.
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