Street Fighter V To Be Available In Playable Form During The Tokyo Game Show 2015

Street Fighter V

Street Fighter V is one of the more anticipated titles launching next year on PlayStation 4 and PC and fans of the series are always looking forward to more reveals and gameplay footage. More on the game is going to come next week, as the game is going to be available in playable form during one of the more important events of the video games industry.

Earlier today Capcom has confirmed that Street Fighter V is going to be available in playable form during the Tokyo Game Show 2015. This will be the first time the game will be available in playable form in Japan. Capcom has also confirmed that players attending the Tokyo Game Show 2015 will also be able to challenge producer Koichi Suguyama and Assistant Producer Tomoaki Ayano. These matches are going to be streamed on the Twitch CapcomTV Channel so that players all over the world can check them out.

Two days ago Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono has shared a brand new Street Fighter V image  teasing the next character reveal. The image shows what looks like a wind-based attacks hitting Ryu hard. Some have speculated that this special attack looks like Cody’s Criminal Upper attack so there’s the chance that the Final Fight and Street Fighter Alpha 3 character might be included in Street Fighter V. With another Street Fighter Alpha 3 character already confirmed for the game, this doesn’t seem too unlikely.

The latest Street Fighter V character to be confirmed is the already mentioned Street Fighter Alpha 3 character R. Mika. The character will be able to use powerful high-flying moves and tag team with her partner Nadeshiko by using her V-Trugger. R. Mika is yet another character that will be perfect for those who like close combat specialized fighters who can deal a lot of damage with single attacks and special moves.

Street Fighter V is currently in development for PlayStation 4 and PC and it will be released sometime next year. We will keep you updated on the game as soon as more comes in on it so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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