Street Fighter VR
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Earlier this month, Capcom debuted a new VR Street Fighter game for Japanese arcades (as spotted by RoadtoVR). This new title, which uses the HTC Vive Pro 2, is called Street Fighter VR Shadaloo Enhancement Plan (ストリートファイターVR シャドルー強化計画) and lets players join M. Bison's shadowy organization as a new recruit and try to work your way up through the ranks.

Players will face off against a bunch of series regulars including Ryu, Zangief, and M. Bison, using two motion controllers to block attacks and land devastating moves on their opponents. There's even a training mode in the game, which is not too dissimilar to the one seen in Street Fighter V, albeit viewed from a first-person perspective.

According to the Japanese publication Game Watch, the "Street Fighter VR Shadaloo Enhancement Plan" had its first-ever location test at the Plaza Capcom store in Hiroshima on February 17th. Each gameplay session was priced at ¥1,200 (which is roughly $9 or £7). It is scheduled to have another location test at Miraino Aeon Mall in Toyokawa, Japan, starting April 4th.

Sadly, there's no news on it coming to the West as of yet, so for now, we'll have to make do with the trailer below:

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