The shock has come to ‘Street Fighter V’ . While its creators had already shown clear intentions of renewal for playable section, highlighting the new repertoire of moves that will enrich your arsenal, with respect to the cast of characters changes made so far they have generally been minimal . Today the situation has changed with the introduction of an almost unrecognizable under Ken Comic Con being held these days in San Diego.
Everyone took for granted that such an important fighter like Ken Masters was necessarily part of the next installment of the most celebrated saga of struggle, but few would have predicted that you would break intentions evident from the outset in the new look which will look. The American is now presented with the loose kimono and hair (surreal aspect) in a ponytail, two details that go beyond the aesthetic and tell us about a Ken willing to modernize its combat style.
The ties between Ken and Ryu will break dramatically in Street Fighter V
As is well known, this character was born as an alternative version of Ryu, the great star of the show, which is sporty rival and fellow sufferer at the same time. Trained by the same sensei, Gouken, both have shared since the beginning of the series a style very similar struggle, identical in practice the first ‘Street Fighter’, when in fact they were the same character with a palette of different colors. Over time, both have been specializing and slightly separated from each other, although in ‘Street Fighter V’ the ties that bind them will break more drastically than ever.
The most direct to date Ken
With classic Hadoken and Shoryuken in the center of their repertoire of actions, it has always been easy for the player untrained assume that in practice there was no between Ryu and Ken difference, but the fact is that the latter has been focused increasing its stake in the speed in the rapid succession of combos and in close combat. It has been traditionally also one of the ideal characters to enter the world of ‘Street Fighter’, being relatively easy to get used to his style and get enough performance potential, but without losing the ideal for more advanced users depth in search of a deadly fighter.
The goal for this event is to present an even more aggressive and willing to take risks Ken
The goal for this event is to present an even more aggressive, more willing to take risks and the taste of those looking for high damage combos explosives Ken.A good example of this we will have in his accurate V-Skill, called Quick Step , which will launch us in the race towards the opponent to quickly reduce the gap between them and enable us to execute an attack of our choice at the right time.
On the other hand we have the new movement V-Trigger, the effective attack that can make pulling the bar V-Gauge, and where appropriate will be called Heat Rush . When we have activated the body of Ken burn in flames for a short period of time strengthen its attack with a greater number of strokes and improved path ahead, allowing us to string together even more decisive combos in the key moment of the battle. The controls will end fuming.
Change the style in mind
As we can see in the video presentation, this aggressive Ken fast and deadly in his footwork continues to be another step in the evolution that has followed in recent years, maintaining of course their main hallmarks for peace of mind those who have traditionally been among the top choices for jumping into the arena of combat. I like pretty, really.
The first beta version of Street Fighter V phase PlayStation 4 will begin next July 23
By the way, we already have date for the beginning of the first beta of ‘Street Fighter V’ phase PlayStation 4: will be on 23 July, it will last five days and can request access to it from the game’s official website .Two other phases over tests are scheduled for the remainder of the year, so everything is perfectly refined for launch early next year in the Sony console and PC year.Before closing, here are a gallery where the good Ken taught us everything we have learned to do for this anticipated return to action.