Capcom Unveils Two New Modes for Ultimate Street Fighter ll: The Final Challengers

Two new modes are announced for Ultimate Street Fighter ll: The Final Challengers, while a feature announced earlier gets expanded on.

on February 17, 2017 1:01 AM

Capcom today revealed two new features coming to Ultimate Street Fighter ll: The Final Challengers. The first is a gallery mode that will allow the player to view over fourteen hundred images, all selected from the book SF20: The Art of Street Fighter. The images will be 250-dpi high resolution and will come with a zoom feature.

The second feature is a color editing mode. This will give players the option to change the colors of the characters within the game. This function will have an extensive color pallet to change to costume and/or skin colors of the characters via the touchscreen on the Switch. Players will be able to save up to ten different variations per character.

This news comes just after the announcement of a first-person mode for Ryu, which we reported on earlier. This mode will come with three sub-modes:

  • Stage Mode, where players will defeat a number of enemies to proceed.
  • Endless Mode, where players will fight until their health reaches zero.
  • Training Mode, where players can practice.

These modes will earn experience points that can be used to upgrade Ryu’s stats which will improve the player’s scores.

Ultimate Street Fighter ll: The Final Challengers will be released on the Nintendo Switch, though as of yet no release date has been announced.

Capcom Unveils Two New Modes for Ultimate Street Fighter ll: The Final Challengers

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