Japanese fans of street fighter may now experience what it’s like to be on the wrong side of a Hadouken. Regarding Street Fighter Location testing for the VR (virtual reality) experience started in Hiroshima, Japan. On February 17, 2023, the trial got underway, and it’s open to the public. Thank you, voice!
The official name of the VR Street Fighter experience is Street Fighter VR: The Shadaloo Enhancement Project. The player is a Shadaloo rogue who works for M. Bison, according to the premise (Vega in Japanese). The user then engages in virtual training against Bison’s adversaries in order to better understand their strategies and vanquish them in single combat.
VR Street Fighter appears to use a PC-based headgear and control system, like many location-based VR setups. Gamers will fight a virtual character in first person using their controllers, moving their arms to represent punches and special attacks. It is possible to fight against Ryu and Zangief, who each have their own distinct fighting style. The player is caught by Zangief in a spinning piledriver at one point in the video, sending their vision whirling downward. The player can also do damage to their opponent by aiming on specific landmarks on them while in slow motion. The final scene of the trailer features a third foe, most likely Akuma (Gouki in Japanese).
Street Fighter VR It has been done before to depict combat games via the eyes of the players. 2017 saw the Nintendo Switch release of Ultra Street Fighter II, which included the “Way of the Hado” minigame mode. In first person, players battled Shadaloo’s waves of goons while imitating Ryu’s motions with Joy-con controllers.
Street Fighter VR You may buy it at the Capcom Plaza Hiroshima location. At Toyokawa, Aichi, a second facility is slated to open on April 4, 2023. There are no plans for a domestic or international release. On June 2, 2023, the most conventional Street Fighter 6 is scheduled to launch on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC.