Capcom and Sony PlayStation confirmed earlier today that longtime Street Fighter franchise regular and notable villain M. Bison is returning for the next installment of the franchise with Street Fighter V. you can check out the new M. Bison reveal trailer in the player below.
M. Bison joins the roster of announced characters including Ryu, Chun-Li and Charlie Nash. I am definitely enjoying the character design tweaks and changes for the game. The alterations to Bison’s outfit are minimal yet striking effective. They make him look like more of a fascist totalitarian dictator. Unfortunately, the new video does not provide a hint on who the next announced character will be, unlike the Charlie Nash reveal trailer. That video was released two months ago, and it had a little tease of the upcoming appearance of M. Bison. Granted, it is not a huge stretch to predict or expect a character like M. Bison to appear in Street Fighter V. It will be fun and interesting to see the next characters Capcom announces over the next year, especially with E3 on the horizon.
Street Fighter V does not have an official release date yet, but the game is being aimed for an approximate April 2016 release. The game is being developed exclusively for PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.
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