Ultra Street Fighter IV Coming To PC This August

Ultra Street Fighter IV

Capcom has announced that Ultra Street Fighter IV will hit the PC this August, while the console version will get released in June (in order to give players the opportunity to prepare themselves for EVO 2014). Ultra Street Fighter IV will come as a digital upgrade for those owning Super Street Fighter IV or Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, as well as a full digital bundle including all of the previously-released costumes.

The upgrade will cost you $14.99 (€14.99) while the full digital bundle will be priced at $29.99 (€29.99).

Ultra Street Fighter IV will feature five additional characters, stages and character tweaks based on community feedback, as well as some new modes.

The gameplay has also been tweaked with the following features:

-Ultra Combo Double allows players to choose both of their character’s Ultra Combos at the cost of doing less damage. This gives players more options in their tactics and play styles.
-Red Focus Attack is a Focus Attack that currently absorbs multiple hits. It is still subject to the same weaknesses as the former with Armor Breaking moves and throws.
-Delayed Standing allows players to alter the timing of their character’s wakeup. By holding Heavy Punch and Medium Kick on the character’s hard knockdown, the character will take a few extra seconds to get back on their feet, disrupting the wakeup game of the attacking opponent.


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