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on the 5thDoes anyone have the slightest clue when or where Season 5 of V's roster reveal will be announced? It's been two months now and still no word.
A Street Fighter V Summer Update is coming your way! Join us and some special guests on August 5 for the future of #SFVCE, including Season V character reveals, esports news and more! #SFVSummerUpdate— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) July 28, 2020
🗓 Aug 5, 2020
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I actually think Chun-Li is likelier than Eggman because of her already having a fighting moveset there for her from Street Fighter.I feel like Chun-Li could be the second most likely Third-Party addition from an already represented franchise. With only Eggman being more likely. Perhaps we'll see her as a Fighter sooner than later!
These are my favorite alts from Chun-Li
I think after Cloud Sephiroth would be the most iconic FF7 character. Chun-Li is more iconic than Akuma so I think if we get another Street Fighter character it's going to be her since Ryu and Ken are already in the game.Yeah I think Chun-Li or Dante are the next capcom rep, or if they choose a villain could be Akuma similar to donkey, Diddy and KKR Chun-Li could be the Dixie of SF. And what other music or spirits they could add?
I assume it's due to the Mii costume waves having more grab bags back then, rather than focusing on one specific company.The lack of Street Fighter costumes are certainly interesting, it can be assumed Ryu didn't come with any in Smash 4 because of the monetary restraints that the team had at the time with that game's DLC budget
Good point but honestly I see it as a combination of the two, there was a lot more first-party Nintendo Mii Costumes as well so licensing was probably more of an uphill battle for third-party ones which were pretty scarce for the most partI assume it's due to the Mii costume waves having more grab bags back then, rather than focusing on one specific company.
It is interesting we haven't gotten any Street Fighters costumes by this point. But they're probably saving them for the Capcom pack whether it's Chun-Li or someone else.The lack of Street Fighter costumes are certainly interesting, it can be assumed Ryu didn't come with any in Smash 4 because of the monetary restraints that the team had at the time with that game's DLC budget, it was pretty low and most of the characters they couldn't even afford CG trailers for (The stage was also affected by that which is why the layout is so simplistic with not really much going on), I'd assume Chun-Li would give them a chance to do additional aspects of the series more justice, Street Fighter has a bit but it's certainly lacking in a noticeable amount of areas (Especially given the fact there's only four remixes and only songs from SF2) so with things being looser during DLC it'd probably be easier to license additional aspects, we'd probably get more costumes for example because of this.
Then there's the matter of the Monster Hunter costumes which are still missing, I personally am in the belief those would release with Chun-Li for obvious reasons (Same publisher and all), I think those are ones we should keep an eye on. All of these are interesting things to takeaway from when talking about this.