'Street Fighter V' Next DLC Character Revealed, More FM Tips
The latest DLC patch for Street Fighter V has officially gone live and as promised, brought along several new updates that are supposedly going to improve the overall experience. The new update includes a new fighter called Ed who is described by players as a mix between M. Bison and Balrog in terms of fighting style. However, eagle-eyed gamers suspect that the game's next DLC fighter might have been revealed in Ed's story mode.
According to the latest video from VesperArcade, the fortune teller that appears in one of the story sequences for Ed is suspected to be the fighter represented by the next silhouette for the Street Fighter V Season 2 lineup. Shoryuken also adds that her inclusion would also fulfill Yoshinori Ono's claim that the remaining characters are all brand new to the fighting game franchise. She is apparently called Menat, according to a post that has revealed the remaining DLC fighters scheduled for this year.
Prior to Menat's appearance in Ed's story mode, a lot of gamers speculated that the next silhouette belonged to one of M. Bison's dolls named Satsuki. According to sources, the new character was already revealed in a leaked list that came out before Ed was officially announced by Capcom. The leaked information also indicated that Street Fighter V will also get Zeku and Abigail. The CFN profiles for these characters have just been recently updated as well. She is described to be Rose's apprentice from Egypt.
In Street Fighter V's story mode for Ed, her name was never mentioned by the character. She is just referred as "Fortune Teller" instead of Menat. Meanwhile, upon checking Rose' CFN information, it was confirmed that she had an apprentice but was not mentioned. With the limited detail gleaned from reports, her fighting style is still up for speculation as of the moment.
Other than the possible new character reveal or its balance changes, the new Street Fighter V patch apparently features more Fight Money to be earned. Not including the instant 50,000FM received upon logging in, Event Hubs points out that players can finish Ed's story missions, play through the new second volume of demonstrations and trials, and maybe take the new character through Survival mode. The total potential earnable Fight Money is close to 100,000FM.
'Street Fighter V' Latest DLC: Details, New Character, Features, What We Know So Far
The latest update patch for "Street Fighter V" has gone live along with a lot of new changes and features.
PS4 Firmware 4.70 Update: Details, Problems, Fixes
Sony's PS4 firmware update version 4.70 has reportedly updated the system icons but has also caused some freezing issues on some systems.
Leaked 'Super Smash Bros.' For Nintendo Switch Possibly Fake
An anonymous user posted some images on 4Chan that are supposedly from the Nintendo Switch version of "Super Smash Bros."
Apple, Samsung Partly To Blame For Nintendo Switch Shortages
The need for electronic components has Nintendo, Samsung, and Samsung fighting for supplies to meet their manufacturer.
T-Shirt Leaks New 'Assassin's Creed' Protagonist
An image of a t-shirt supposedly showing the new "Assassin's Creed" protagonist has been posted online.
MORE IN ITECHPOST
Link Building & Guest Posting Updates- 2020
Over the years, the importance of high-quality backlinks has only increased. What once used to be a quantitative measure, is now qualitatives in nature. In other words, the links are now scanned for the quality they bring in, along with the number of links.
How Do Personal Emergency Response Systems Work?
Personal emergency response systems, known as PERS for short, are systems that help people to raise the alarm and get immediate help when a medical or personal emergency occurs. They are ideal for older people and anyone with a mobility issue or an injury or illness that can cause falls.
New Lawsuit Alleges Fortnite Video Game Is as Addictive as Cocaine
Epic Games, creator of the popular Fortnite video game, has been hit with a new lawsuit that alleges the game is as "addictive as cocaine" and that Epic has targeted children with its marketing. The popular game is played by more than a quarter-billion people.
Netflix is Raising Prices, Here’s How it Now Compares to Other Streaming Services
Once a brand gains the trust and loyalty of its market, it is only logical that it attempts to flex its dominant muscle. Such is the tale that fits the recent price hike coming from the stable of Netflix. Having baited consumers into believing that streaming, and not cable subscription, is the right way to go, Netflix has now decided to drop its own form of a bombshell on consumers in the form of price increment. The news, which was announced earlier this year, detailed that Netflix would be raising prices across all of its plans by 13 to 18 percent.