Street Fighter V’s Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Vixen Laura Matsuda Gets Official Reveal With Trailer & Gorgeous 4K Screenshots
Leaked a few days ago, the new entry to the Street Fighter V roster, Laura Matsuda, gets her official reveal trailer along with a set of stunning 4K screenshots. The Brazilian beauty specializes in Matsuda Jiu-Jitsu, a first for the Street Fighter series.
Laura brings Matsuda Jiu-Jitsu to Street Fighter V, a first for the series
Laura is the next heir of the famed Matsuda Jiu-Jitsu fighting style, constantly looking for opponents around the world, to raise Matsuda Jiu-Jitsu awareness. Laura uses a methodical grapple style as well as agile movement resulting in an “up close and personal” strategy. Laura also serves as the first grappler in the Street Fighter series to have a projectile attack.
V-Skill: Linear Movement
By holding either back or forward and pressing medium punch + medium kick, Laura moves in the corresponding direction, getting her in and out of the opponent’s range at will. If no direction is held during the V-Skill activation, she will perform an overhead kick.
V-Trigger: Spark Show
Laura gets ready to zap the competition when she activates Spark Show. During her electrifying state, Laura’s Thunder Clap projectile flies further, she deals more stun on her attacks and grabs, and moves around further during her Linear Movements.
Capcom has recently made available the PC Requirements for Street Fighter V and has also announced the dates of the upcoming second beta, which will run from October 22 to October 25, and will allow for Cross-Play between PlayStation 4 and PC.
Capcom announced that Karin Kanzuki will be joining the Street Fighter V cast with a new reveal trailer from the Tokyo Game Show, as well as ‘Rashid of the Turbulent Wind’, a newcomer to the Street Fighter franchise that brings with him an assortment of impressive acrobatic moves and the ability to harness the power of the wind. Rashid, will be joining Necalli, another newcomer to the series, who was introduced at EVO 2015.
R. Mika will be joining the Street Fighter V roster as well. Having made her first appearance in Street Fighter Alpha 3, R. Mika has been a fan favorite ever since. Vega has also been revealed for Street Fighter V, and the iconic Spaniard looks quite sharp in the latest iteration of the Street Fighter franchise.
Street Fighter V is built on the Unreal Engine 4 and will be releasing on the PlayStation 4 and PC in Q1 2016. We will bring you any new information on Street Fighter V, as soon as it becomes available.