Street Fighter on Switch Has a First-Person Hadouken Mode

Ultra Street Fighter 2 for Switch gets first-person hadoken mode

A recent trailer teased this mode.

The Final Challengers is an upcoming fighting game being developed by Capcom for the Nintendo Switch gaming console. 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.

For the first time in almost 20 years, since Super Street Fighter II, two new characters join the fight; Evil Ryu and Violent Ken.

According to a report by Nintendo Everything, the box of the game reveals the new first-person mode named Unleash!

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.

More: Nintendo Switch vs. "Ha-Do-Ken", in which players could pull off the famous, titular move from a first-person perspective.

The name of the new mode actually has a different spelling of Hadoken, by calling it Ha "DO" Ken, or 波Do拳, instead of the traditional kanji spelling of the iconic move, 波動拳. You'll also be able to create combo multipliers and your performance is rated based on stage completion time. Evil Ryu represents the path the martial artist would have taken if he allowed himself to succumb to the Satsui no Hado, the dark energy that acts as the source of Akuma's power.

No official release date has been announced for Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers, but fans can be sure that it will come to the Nintendo Switch this year.

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