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Ultra Street Fighter II details online mode

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Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers’ web page has updated with new information on how the various network modes will work. There will be an Arcade mode where you face against CPU’s to reach the end of the game, but players can cut in and challenge you, as if it is an arcade machine. The regular online mode will be divided between Casual and Ranked play. Ranked mode will have players winning or losing two types of points (Player and Battle) as they fight. It will feature Quick and Custom matches, as well as the ability to play with friends. Players can even create their own lobbies, setting personal rules and waiting for interested players to join. Casual mode will be a way to play without risking points. The game will also feature a local mode that will let you connect to other Switch consoles.

The page also indicates at the bottom that there will be the option for simplified Lite commands, allowing players to assign more complicated button combinations to single presses. It should be noted that this feature appeared in the 3DS version of Street Fighter IV, and players could make sure they were not matched up against players who used the Lite controls.

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IGN has a new interview up with Street Fighter series producer Yoshinori Ono. On the site, Ono shares several comments about Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. Ono talked about why Capcom decided to bring that game to Switch, including two art styles, how the team is approaching game balance, when it’ll be released (potentially pretty soon), and mix of older and younger staffers working on the project.

Head on below for notable excerpts from IGN’s interview. The site’s full article is located here.

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers will allow players to battle against each other online. Capcom shared the news during the Treehouse Live event a couple of days ago, which seemed to have gone mostly unnoticed. Online play is something that most would expect, but it wasn’t actually mentioned in the original announcement. It’s nice to have the confirmation in any case!

Thanks to Mike for the tip.

We have some more off-screen footage of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers, thanks to Nintendo World Report. You can watch the footage below.

Dengeki has shared some off-screen footage of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. Check it out below.

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