Earlier this week, it's been confirmed that Ultra Street Fighter II, the latest version of the classic fighting game developed by Capcom coming to Nintendo Switch, will feature a first person mode where players will be able to take advantage of some of the unique features of the Joy-Con controllers. But as we've seen with ARMS, Nintendo's new Switch console is a ideal platform for engaging first-person fighting experiences, and now Capcom's latest Ultra Street Fighter II will be the next in line to tap the JoyCons' potential. The game will also include two newly playable characters: Violent Ken and Evil Ryu.
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Nintendo Everything harvested this intel from a photo of the Ultra Street Fighter 2's box, now that Switch images are starting to come out of Japan.
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The first-person mode will use the Switch's Joy-Con control scheme to simulate throwing the iconic projectiles.
Apparently, a bunch of box art for the game has also been released, and it can reveal more about the Ultra Street Fighter II for the Nintendo Switch.
According to Nintendo Everything, a screenshot on the box has a timer and seems to show multiple Shadaloo Soldiers. The report notes that the box also contains a logo for the MT Framework engine. That suggests it won't just be a perspective twist on normal Ultra Street Fighter 2 gameplay but something quite different.