'Street Fighter V' Latest, News & Updates: Urien Continues To Be Teased; Mission System Still An Idea?

By Staff Reporter , Updated Aug 11, 2016 06:44 AM EDT
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Undoubtedly, "Street Fighter V" is one of Capcom's best cards as of the moment. The game is still expected to show more features in the future and the developer may have dropped some hints on what is to come.

In the past, some players did not know what to expect from Capcom's hard-hitting continuity, known as "Street Fighter V." After an awesome reception from the masses, the influential fighting game has more to offer, such as a new character that could make their way to the roster.

According to Yibada, Urien is one character that was speculated on appearing for "Street Fighter V" in the coming months. This, however, has not been confirmed by Capcom for the time being.

Some of the details that triggered the guessing is Urien's appearance in the cinematic mode of "Street Fighter V," wherein the character can be used only in the specific mode. Some alleged leaks were reported recently, pointing out the critical art for Urien: charging up a ball of energy and driving it to the ground to produce a powerful surge.

As reported by The Bit Bag, "Mission System" is also being teased by Capcom for "Street Fighter V," though no utter confirmation has been given yet. The perks of such accomplishments, upon completion of the daily challenges, include a faster rate at gaining in-game money to purchase items or downloadable content characters as well.

Similar to the speculations that spread for Urien, this "Street Fighter V" tease is yet to be disclosed and confirmed. If the said feature is to be pursued, fans will most likely have an easier time getting fight money from the conventional way; fighting online.

No release date has been made official by Capcom. For the time being, players can bask in the new costumes, bug fixes and the like which the developer has aimed to deliver.

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