Capcom, the company behind the legendary Street Fighter game, has reportedly been trying to hype up one of the fighters, Dan, quite earlier and ahead of his supposed Street Fighter V debut.
He reportedly appeared in two different presentations that happened ahead of the supposed launch. However, just a little before his upcoming DLC debut to the legendary Street Fighter 5 game, he surprisingly starred in two different Street Fighter trailers.
Capcom SFV Dan Habiki moveset
One of the videos was reportedly an introductory video which leaves the other video as an actual clip of the upcoming Dan Habiki on SF V showing off his supposed movies to potential gamers interested in the upcoming fighter.
According to the article by SiliconEra, this is actually going to be the third time that certain users will be able to watch Dan Habiki moveset. However, this particular time, it is even more about seeing exactly what he is supposedly capable of without the background of creator commentary.
Both during the said TGS 2020 presentation as well as teh 2021 Winter Update, the developers actually talked more about the supposed moves that were being shown and also explained the specific mindset embedded behind them. Aside from just hyping up Dan Habiki for Street Fighter V, this also serves as additional information on how users will be able to play around with the said fighter.
Street Fighter V: Champion Edition update
The Street Fighter V: Champion Edition update is reportedly going to be available for both PC and the PlayStation 4. As of the moment, there is still no news regarding the PS5 version if the game will ever make its way to the next-generation console. The upcoming Street Fighter 5 Dan Habiki DLC will reportedly be available on Feb 21, 2021.
Dan Habiki will reportedly be followed by other fighters like Rose, Akira Kazama, Oro, and another unnamed character. Eleven will also reportedly be part of the cast for all of the people who choose to buy the supposed Season Pass as well as Premium Pass.
For those that haven’t played Street Fighter 5 in a while, it might be the perfect time to brush off the rust and pick up the PlayStation 4 or play the game on PC. For the gamers on the go, the ASUS ExpertBook B9450 Thin and Light Business Laptop is an acceptable PC choice for games like Street Fighter V and a number of other games. While the upcoming Dan Habiki might take some getting used to, players might use this as an opportunity to master a totally new fighter that not a lot of players know how to counter yet.
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