The Japanese box art for Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers found its way out the Internet recently and were able to report the inclusion of an interesting mode called "Unleash!"
Street Fighter's change in perspective is a first for the series and further immerses players into fireball-spewing martial artists. Ha DO Ken designed for the new Joy-Con controller. It looks like the company will easily be able to dole out games for the Nintendo Switch as Nintendo is said to be more open to third-party developers this time around.
We're excited for Capcom's Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers on the Nintendo Switch because it's going to offer perhaps the best old-school Street Fighter experience on modern consoles, and will no doubt sport its own sizable competitive community online. 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 content that will be featured in the art gallery include background art, characters sketches, and more.
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Capcom's mainstream engine also appears to be working on the Nintendo Switch. Ultra Street Fighter II will also be a nice mix of retro fighting action and other modes, including the dynamic first-person battler.
Currently, Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Chapter is still without a release date.