Capcom has lifted the lid off its next DLC character it’s the wild and wily ninja Ibuki, first seen in Street Fighter III. She was confirmed last December along with Alex and Guile, who are already playable. Balrog, Juri and Urien were also unveiled and have yet to be added to SFV. But we’re getting Ibuki soon.
Ibuki is shown multi-punching, body-slamming her enemies with just her legs, kicking somebody so hard they catch on fire, and throwing Kunai knives. Her V-trigger will be the Isshaku Horokudama, which allows her to pull a bomb out of her ninja bag and throw it at her opponent. The amount of time the opponent has to dodge this bomb will vary at random — it could go off immediately or after a short time.
Ibuki isn’t the only new thing coming to Street Fighter V. A dedicated story mode is set to debut in the game soon, as well as Estate At Noon, a daytime version of the Kanzuki Estate Stage.
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