The new Ultra Street Fighter II gameplay footage, which has been shown during the latest episode of the Capcom TV livestream, includes both regular and first person mode sequences.
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. It's a unique game mode titled "Unleash!" It's called "Unleash! Hadoken", where the Japanese character for "do" has been placed with the English letters, presumably as a play on the fact that a first-person, motion-controlled mode is more like really "doing" what the character is.
The fighting game will feature a mix of old-school, 16-bit era graphics and revamped artwork, which was formerly featured in "Super Street Fighter II" Turbo HD Remix. Ultra Street Fighter 2 will also introduce two new characters with Violent Ken and Evil Ryu. Probably, it's a mode which allows you to hold the Joy-Con and shoot hadoken.
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Capcom's mainstream engine also appears to be working on the Nintendo Switch. "Ha-Do-Ken", in which players could pull off the famous, titular move from a first-person perspective.
Apparently, a bunch of box art for the game has also been released, and it can reveal more about the Ultra Street Fighter II for the Nintendo Switch. A number of fighters, including M. Bison can be seen on screen at once, reports Gematsu. Hopefully we won't be waiting too long for new details. It will be offered for Switch when it unveils.