This is the launch trailer for ‘Street Fighter V’

Today is finally the day it was released Street Fighter V to the public, the return of the classic action and close combat franchise in the current generation of platforms; specifically PlayStation 4 and PC.

Previously the company shared with us a series of trailers in which we were introduced to the 16 characters that will be available in this installment, such as Vega, Nash, Ken, Zangief, Necalli, FANG, Karin, Laura, Rashid, Ryu and R Mika. Again the Japanese company brings us a trailer of the gamebut this time aimed at celebrating its global launch and announcing its arrival.

You can enjoy the official launch trailer next:

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‘Street Fighter V’ introduces us to Zangief and Necalli

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Laura appears in ‘Street Fighter V’

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‘Street Fighter V’ introduces us to Ryu and R Mika

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Round of analysis of ‘Street Fighter V’

Comparison between ‘Street Fighter V’ on PS4 and PC

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‘Street Fighter V’ servers start working correctly

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This is how those who abandon games in ‘Street Fighter V’ will be penalized

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