Capcom has released new Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers details and screenshots focused on the game’s recently announced “Way of the Hado” first-person mode starring Ryu, its 1,400-plus illustration high-resolution art gallery, and its character color edit feature.
Get the information below.
■ “Way of the Hado” Mode
Become Ryu from the first-person perspective and beat down the approaching Shadaloo Soldiers. Hold the Joy-Con controllers in each hand and unleash Hadokens and Shoryukens using motion controls and button combinations. Put in all of your passion and defeat longtime enemy M. Bison!
In addition to “Stage Mode,” in which you defeat enemies to clear stages, there is an “Endless Mode” to continue fighting until your health reaches zero, and a “Training Mode” to practice your techniques.
Additionally, you’ll be awarded “Growth Points” based on the gameplay content, which can be used to strengthen Ryu’s Attack, Speed, Guts, Defense, Luck, and Vital stats. Strengthen Ryu to your liking in order to aim for the high score!
(If you missed it, watch footage of this mode here.)
■ Street Fighter Series High-Resolution Illustration Gallery
One of the charms of the Street Fighter series is its unique character design. In Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers, you can browse through over 1,400 carefully selected illustrations from SF20: The Art of Street Fighter.
At 250dpi high-resolution, you can magnify even the most minor of text, making this an irresistible new feature.
■ Color Edit
With the new “Color Edit” feature, you can edit character colors to your liking and store them. You can customize character colors intuitively using the touchscreen. The colors you store can be used in arcade mode, as well as versus and online battles.
You can store up to 10 edited colors for each character.
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is still to be dated. It will be available for Switch when it launches.
View the screenshots at the gallery.