According to a report by Nintendo Everything, the box of the game reveals the new first-person mode named Unleash! But as we've seen with ARMS, Nintendo's new Switch console is a flawless platform for engaging first-person fighting experiences, and now Capcom's latest Ultra Street Fighter II will be the next in line to tap the JoyCons' potential. Other additions to the game include two new characters: Evil Ryu and Violent Ken.
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Among the snippets of footage in Ultra Street Fighter II's reveal was a odd, seemingly out of place 3D first person mode.
The mode was teased during the game's announcement trailer, as shown above. The screenshot shown in the box reveals a timer and several Shadaloo soldiers, and it is believed that players will be forming the hadoken hand gesture while holding the Joy-Con controllers to take down the soldiers in a mini-game. The game was announced for the Nintendo Switch console in January 2017. Given the Joy-Con motion controllers being specified, it could be that the player will have to use motion controls to perform the move.
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There is also a logo from Capcom's main game engine on the box, MT Framework. Players can choose to fight using the original, 16-bit graphics, or the newer, HD artwork that was featured in Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix.
Currently, Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Chapter is still without a release date.
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