The preorder packs of games for Nintendo Switch have made their appearance in Japanese stores, and it was thus discovered the presence of a first-person mode in Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers.
One of the major concerns surrounding Ultra Street Fighter II, however, is whether gamers will be able to properly play the game on the Nintendo Switch, considering that the Joy-Con controllers do not feature directional pads and instead have analog sticks.
Polygon also predicts that "Unleash!" is more of a minigame that is time-based, and it will have Ryu battling wave after wave of Bison's lackeys. The Hadoken mode was actually briefly shown during the announcement trailer for the game back in January but it was not fully explained until now.
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No official release date has been announced for Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers, but fans can be sure that it will come to the Nintendo Switch this year. The content that will be featured in the art gallery include background art, characters sketches, and more. A logo for MT Framework can be found near the bottom of the box.
According to the site's translation, the new mode is designed for JoyCon controllers.
First, this new mode will feature more than just the Hadoken. It does appear that Capcom's mainstream engine is capable of making Switch software. While it is scheduled for release during 2017, Capcom indicates it wants the game to release sooner rather than later.