[UPDATE – New Details, Air Force Stage Confirmed] Street Fighter V DLC Character Guile Gets Some New Screenshots
[Update] Following the screenshots' leak, Capcom has shared some new details on Guile and the April Update. You can learn more by going here.
[Original Story] A couple of weeks ago, Capcom UK Community Manager Matt Edwards revealed that the next Street Fighter V DLC character should be Guile. The Japanese company has yet to confirm the news officially, but it seems like the next character is indeed going to be the classic Street Fighter II character.
Earlier today, the Street Fighter official Facebook page shared the first Guile screenshots. The screenshots have been quickly taken down, but Gamegeekz has managed to save them before they have been taken down. You can check out Guile's new look as well as what seems like a brand new stage right below.
With Guile pretty much confirmed to be the next Street Fighter V DLC character, we should expect Capcom to follow the order seen in a Season Pass promotional image that has been released a while back, meaning that Balrog will be the next character launching for the game, followed by Ibuki, Juri and Urien.
The Street Fighter V March update introduced new content for the game such as Challenge mode and additional content that can be purchased with Fight Money, such as new colors, titles and more. DLC character Alex has also been released last month, with the character being available for free until the Zenny Shop launches. Following this launch, all DLC characters will have to be bought either with Fight Money or Zenny. The April update has yet to be detailed, but it's already been confirmed that the ragequitting issues will be addressed later this month.
Street Fighter V is now available in all regions on PC and PlayStation 4. We will let you know more about Guile's release date as soon as more comes in on the matter, so stay tuned for all the latest news.
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