Street Fighter Producer Has Some 'Big Surprises' Planned For The Game's 30th Anniversary

By Ike Recio , Jan 23, 2017 11:35 AM EST

No title has helped define the fighting game genre like Street Fighter, and with the franchise celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year, there's no doubt that Capcom has something planned up its sleeves. Game producer Yoshinori Ono says that fans should watch out for some reveals coming this E3 or maybe at the San Diego Comic-Con.

What to Expect

According to Game Fragger, Ono has "one or two" surprises that fans can look forward to this year. With Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers kicking of the 30th Anniversary celebration, the "surprises" that Ono could be referring to might have something to do with Street Fighter V or Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite. Ono also confirms that the upcoming reveals won't have anything to do with Rival Schools.

WWG guesses that the reveal for the San Diego Comic-Con would have something to do with Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite since Marvel Studios usually holds its biggest reveals during that event. With MvCI having a playable Captain Marvel in the roster, could Marvel Studios finally reveal Brie Larson as Carol Danvers?

There's also been news that a First-Person or VR version of Street Fighter is in the works. If Ono was looking to surprise any of the franchise, an official reveal of this game would be it.

No Super Street Fighter V

Fans should also expect more things to be released for Street Fighter V as time rolls on because Capcom has made it clear that they will be doing their best to add improvements to the game. With that in mind, fans shouldn't expect any releases of a Super Street Fighter V. Capcom will be forgoing its tradition of releasing a Super version of SFV so fans wouldn't feel so cheated in buying the base version of the game.

With Ono teasing some reveals coming to E3 2017, fans should expect some new announcements this coming June.

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