Capcom and Sony recently announced details for the PlayStation 4 release of Ultra Street Fighter IV, which will come packing all costume DLC released to date. That includes the recent Vacation and Wild costumes in addition to USFIV's Omega Mode. Hit the jump for more.
All Street Fighter focus has understandably been on Street Fighter V ever since it was first announced, but MEANWHILE, in Ultra Street Fighter IV… Wild Costumes are out! The costumes are available in various packs, highlighted along with footage of them in action after the jump.
Capcom has even more costume options in the works for Ultra Street Fighter IV, ensuring that players will never have to face an opponent that looks the same as their own character. This batch taps into the roster's furry side, with the Wild costumes decking out Ryu, Hakan, Cammy, Dudley, and Gen like animals. See some pics after the jump.
The full retail version of Ultra Street Fighter IV is now available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The retail release is priced at $39.99 (€29.99/£19.99), and you can see the launch trailer after the jump.
Following up on the first and second videos, Capcom has another showcase of the outfits available in Ultra Street Fighter IV. The retail version includes every costume available for each character, and trailer #3 rounds out the wardrobe with even more of the 100+ options after the jump.
Last week Capcom rolled out the first in a series of retail costume trailers showing the abundance of outfits available in the full packaged version of Ultra Street Fighter IV. The release contains every costume for each character, and the second trailer is here to move on through Super Street Fighter IV and Alpha characters after the jump.
The retail version of Ultra Street Fighter IV packs in every costume released for each character thus far. Capcom is keen on showing this mighty feat in action, so we have the first retail costume trailer, which covers all the original World Warriors after the jump.
Just prior to the Ultra Street Fighter IV finals at yesterday's Evo 2014 championships, Capcom Deputy Head of Consumer Games Development Yoshinori Ono offered a quick word about the series' future. Read on for more.