Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is an upcoming fighting game being developed by Capcom for the Nintendo Switch gaming console. The game was announced for the Nintendo Switch console in January 2017. Those who have played 1994’s Super Street Fighter II Turbo will instantly recognize the upcoming game as the updated version of 1994 Street Fighter game. Ultra Street Fighter II introduces new mechanics like the ability to use SFIV series style voices for each character or the original classic SFII-style voices as well as grapple breaks. It also re-tunes some aspects of SFII’s balance, while adjusting Combo timing from the original games. Fresh news now confirms a brand new first-person mode.
Ultra Street Fighter II: New First-Person mode confirmed
According to reports, Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers will feature a new first-person mode called “Unleash! Ha-Do-Ken”. A new image of the first-person mode has surfaced online. The new mode name has a different spelling of Hadoken and calls it Ha “Do” Ken. However, the English version name is not known at this point in time.
In the trailer, viewers can actually get a glimpse of the first-person mode at time instant 2:08. Speculations hint at the new mode offering gamers a chance to fight Shadaloo Soldiers. Also, a screenshot shows a timer and multiple Shadaloo Soldiers, making it look like rail shooter mini-game mode. Probably, it’s a mode which allows you to hold the Joy-Con and shoot hadoken.
In addition, the box also shows Ultra Street Fighter II will have some art gallery, where players can view over 250 pages of artwork. The report notes that the box also contains a logo for the MT Framework engine. The release date for Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is not known at this point in time, but it’s quite obvious that the company is working on releasing it soon.