Ultra Street Fighter IV Introduces Online Training Mode and 3v3 Team Elimination Battles


From the Capcom Cup fighting game event earlier today in San Francisco, Capcom has revealed new modes to be included in the upcoming Ultra-sized edition of Street Fighter IV.

When Ultra Street Fighter IV gets its ultra combo brawl on in Summer 2014, fight fans will be treated to the additions of Team Battle Mode, featuring 3v3 online multiplayer battles with an elimination survival twist, as well as an Online Training Mode for players to practice their skills against other players in a non-competitive environment.


Other previously announced content coming to Ultra Street Fighter IV includes an additional five fighters (Poison, Hugo, Elena, Rolento and a “secret all-new playable character”), six new environments (Pitstop 109, Cosmic Elevator, Half Pipe and more), and loads of rebalanced mechanics and gameplay tweaks based directly on fan feedback.

Ultra Street Fighter IV will be available as a $15 DLC upgrade for existing owners of Super Street Fighter IV or Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition in June 2014 for PS3 and Xbox 360, and for PC players in August 2014. Retail console versions, including all previously released character costumes, will also ship in August for $39.99.

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