Capcom has shared a new trailer of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, focused on the new gameplay additions of this upcoming re-release, which will be available for free to all owners of the original version.
As if the game doesn't V-trigger me enough.
You can see the trailer below that gives you an idea of how these new V-Trigger moves work - but if you're a veteran, you can see just how well they'll be applied to your combat style. The trailer confirmed that there will be new V-Triggers for all the game's characters in the re-release of the acclaimed fighting title, while showing off some of them. The best Ryu in the world plays more or less identically to that great Ryu player you know down the street.
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Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition launches January 16 on PC and PS4. Additionally, Arcade and Extra Battle modes will be added as part of the upgrade that will come alongside a new UI making it easier to navigate through the game's content.
The trailer shows off new V-Triggers, giving every character new mix-ups, abilities, and combo extenders. It'll be offered as a free downloadable update for those that already own Street Fighter V or can be purchased as a standalone game for $39.99. However, players will still have to pay if they want to unlock the DLC characters.
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