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Streets of Rage 4

Streets of Rage 4 is getting a physical release thanks to Limited Run Games. Announced on their official Twitter page, Limited Run says that the upcoming game will be added to their collection and to stay tuned for more details. Check out the full tweet below.
 


Streets of Rage 4 is releasing on Switch sometime in 2020. 

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A new trailer has gone live showing off Adam Hunter, one of the characters in the game.

Here’s his brief introduction:

DotEmu and Lizardcube have shared a new “Beind the Gameplay” developer diary for Streets of Rage 4. Below, designer Jordi Asensio as well as programmers Cyrille Lagarigue and Beausoleil Samson Guillemette reflect on inspirations, key learnings, and how Streets of Rage 2 is the benchmark they’re holding the revival’s exhilarating brawls to.

Streets of Rage 4, which was officially confirmed for Switch a few days ago, is playable at Gamescom 2019 this week. View some footage taken at the expo below.

SEGA’s classic Streets of Rage series is seeing a revival with Streets of Rage 4, Lizardcube, Guard Crush Games and Dotemu have announced. A release date and platforms have not been confirmed as of yet.

Typically we hold off on news about brand new titles unless we receive confirmation about it being bound for a Nintendo system. However, given the companies involved here, we do believe a Switch release will happen. This game comes from Dotemu and Lizardcube – the publisher and developer of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap respectively. Considering how well that title did on the eShop, it seems certain that Streets of Rage 4 will be on Switch.