Ultra Street Fighter IV players will have the option to post recorded matches straight to YouTube via a direct upload feature, Street Fighter community manager David Hinds has announced.
He wrote on the Capcom Unity blog: “Have you ever played a momentous match online and wished you had the ability to share it for the whole world to see? Well soon you’ll be able to do exactly that, using our direct upload to YouTube feature in Ultra Street Fighter IV!
“Whether it’s the best comeback since Daigo vs. Justin Wong, or perhaps you had an encounter with a pro-player you want to share, this feature is great for those who are yet to own a direct capture device, and want to show off their favorite Ultra Street Fighter IV moments.”
Players will be able to select clips from their matches and then directly upload them to their personal YouTube channel in either low or high quality.
Ultra Street Fighter IV is set to release for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in June, with a Windows PC version due in August. Players who already own Street Fighter IV can upgrade to the Ultra Edition digitally for $14.99, and those who don’t can purchase it as a standalone release for $39.99 on consoles and $29.99 on PC from August.