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STREET FIGHTER V DLC Character Gets A Release Date

Posted On: Feb 14, 2018   |   Posted By: GeekTyrant

In a recent announcement by Capcom, the company has revealed that the next DLC character coming for Street Fighter 5 will be Blanka. This new addition will be available on February 20, and Capcom even released a trailer that gives us a preview of Blanka's latest iteration. Capcom explained on their website that: “In SFV: AE, Blanka is living peacefully with his mother, and has adapted well to being introduced back into society. One day, a suspicious salesman approaches him and offers a way to make Blanka famous by mass producing a doll made in Blanka's likeness. Will it work? Find out in his character story mode.” Looking at the trailer, Blanka is portrayed as ever more aggressive than ever as he is seen biting and clawing down his enemies. Capcom also revealed that his Coward Crouch ability will serve as his V-Skill and can be used to avoid enemy attacks that include fireballs. Furthermore, his V-Trigger I will be called Jungle Dynamo, which is a roll attack that would incur more damage and can be followed...

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