Street Fighter V Has More Combos and Mix Ups in Arcade Edition

Street Fighter V Has More Combos and Mix Ups in Arcade Edition

A big deal on a competitive level.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Nov 20, 2017 @ 06:28 PM (Staff Bios)
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We previously reported on Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, due to release for PS4 and PC next year. Capcom has recently released a new trailer teasing some of the new V-Trigger moves and how they will expand gameplay.

Arcade Edition will contain all the DLC, a new UI, a new game mode, and additional V-Triggers. V-Triggers are special moves that players can activate to perform an extra-powerful action, at the cost of your V Meter.

What makes this trailer so special? It's more than some of the new V-Triggers. It reveals new combo mixups and extensions that previously weren't there. While this may not seem like anything that special to casual players or those unfamiliar with fighting games, this is a tremendous change to high level and competitive gameplay. the Street Fighter series is one of the most popular competitive fighting games currently in circulation.

You can purchase Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition for $40 on January 18, 2018, for PS4 and PC. Owners of the original Street Fighter V will receive the new content for free via a digital update.

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