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Capcom has officially announced Ultra Street Fighter 4, a major new update for Super Street Fighter 4 that introduces five new characters, six new stages, and new modes.

The update is due to release “early 2014” and will be available as DLC and a boxed retail release. If you own either Street Fighter IV or Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition then you will be able to download the update for $14.99. If you don’t own either then a version of Super Street Fighter 4 will be released with the update already installed and “all DLC costumes for all characters released until now,” for $39.99.

Four of the five new characters have been confirmed as Rolento, Poison, Hugo, and Elena. The fifth has “never been in a Street Fighter game before,” according to Capcom. The new stages are Pitstop 109, Mad Gear Hideout, Cosmic Elevator, Blast Furnace, Half Pipe, and Jurassic Era Research Facility.

You can check out an official trailer and a list of confirmed character updates below:

Chun-Li

  • HP increase to 950
    EX Kikoken knockdown on hit
    EX Hazanshu armor break

Balrog

  • Dirty Bull now has longer range
  • Buffalo head has reduced recovery
  • Lower charge time for higher levels of Turn Around Punch

Dudley

  • Short Swing Blow completely throw invincible
  • Increased damage on all target combos
  • Larger hitbox on attacks (e.g. Kidney Blow)

T-Hawk

  • Crouching middle kick now special cancelable
  • Faster walk speed
  • Improvements to Ultra 2

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Ultra Street Fighter 4 Announced for 2014

By Matthew Bennett | 07/15/2013 05:50 AM PT

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Capcom has officially announced Ultra Street Fighter 4, a major new update for Super Street Fighter 4 that introduces five new characters, six new stages, and new modes.

The update is due to release “early 2014” and will be available as DLC and a boxed retail release. If you own either Street Fighter IV or Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition then you will be able to download the update for $14.99. If you don’t own either then a version of Super Street Fighter 4 will be released with the update already installed and “all DLC costumes for all characters released until now,” for $39.99.

Four of the five new characters have been confirmed as Rolento, Poison, Hugo, and Elena. The fifth has “never been in a Street Fighter game before,” according to Capcom. The new stages are Pitstop 109, Mad Gear Hideout, Cosmic Elevator, Blast Furnace, Half Pipe, and Jurassic Era Research Facility.

You can check out an official trailer and a list of confirmed character updates below:

Chun-Li

  • HP increase to 950
    EX Kikoken knockdown on hit
    EX Hazanshu armor break

Balrog

  • Dirty Bull now has longer range
  • Buffalo head has reduced recovery
  • Lower charge time for higher levels of Turn Around Punch

Dudley

  • Short Swing Blow completely throw invincible
  • Increased damage on all target combos
  • Larger hitbox on attacks (e.g. Kidney Blow)

T-Hawk

  • Crouching middle kick now special cancelable
  • Faster walk speed
  • Improvements to Ultra 2

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About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89