Crunchyroll and Capcom Handling Street Fighter: Duel Worldwide Release

Crunchyroll and Capcom Handling Street Fighter: Duel Worldwide Release

Street Fighter: Duel, a mobile game based on the series from Tencent, TopJoy, and Capcom, is finally about to appear worldwide. In 2021 at the Capcom Pro-Tour, a localization was teased. Now, Crunchyroll and Capcom confirmed it will appear in February 2023. It also opened pre-registration for the game.

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Here’s the latest Street Fighter: Duel trailer. It doesn’t show any gameplay. Rather, it features series regulars like Ryu, Cammy, Guile, Akuma, Juri, Blanka, Chun-Li, and Ken.

The full game not only features these returning characters. It also adds new ones original to the game.

As for how it works, people take characters they’ve acquired and bring them into stages. They then beat up foes by tapping the character icons on the right side of the screen to unleash special attacks. It is an RPG, rather than a traditional fighting game. People will also be able to earn special skins for members of the cast.

Here are the pre-registration rewards for the game. As of 1pm ET on January 31, 2023, potential players only hit tier one.

  • 50,000 People: 20 Gems, 60 B-Grade Fragments, 3,000 Cash
  • 100,000 People: 20 A-Grade Fragments, 50 Gems, 5,000 Cash
  • 500,000 People: 3 Arcade Coins, 80 Gems, 7,000 Cash
  • 800,000 People: 1 Big Fighter EXP, 80 Gems, 9,000 Cash
  • 1,000,000 People: 5 Arcade Coins, 300 Gems, 10,000 Cash
  • Street Fighter: Duel will appear on mobile devices in North America, Europe, and Australia in February 2023. It launched in November 2020 in China. The next mainline game is Street Fighter 6, which will appear on June 2, 2023 on the PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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