Street Fighter V won't take ten years to arrive
- Posted November 2nd, 2011 at 11:19 EDT by Mike Harradence
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Capcom’s Seth Killian has said that fans won’t have to wait a decade for a full blown sequel to Street Fighter IV to arrive on the scene.
Killian’s comments will ring true for long-time Street Fighter aficionados’, as 2009's SFIV didn’t materialise until ten years after Street Fighter III was released.
However, it seems Capcom is keen on getting Street Fighter V out the door sooner, with Killian telling Eurogamer, “If I have anything to say about it, and I do, you will not have to wait ten years for Street Fighter 5.”
“It will be before 2019. Now I’m going to be fired for promising Street Fighter 5 before 2019. I think I should be OK. We’ll see. They’ll do 2020 just to screw me and make me look like an ass.”
Unsurprisingly however, he wasn’t in a position to divulge any possible ideas for a follow-up.
Nakatomi Uk | Nakatomi_Uk
- 9:50am EDT - November 2nd, 2011
Of course it wont it will just take a few extra months to release the proper version after this and if people haven't learned from Capcom the last time then I expect this to sell loads until the SUPER MEGA STREE FIGHTER 5 CHAMPIONSHIP ALPHA EDITION comes out.
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