How To Unlock Shin Akuma In Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers

Capcom surprised San Diego Comic-Con attendees with a big announcement that Shin Akuma is a playable character in Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers on Nintendo Switch.

The panel from Capcom’s 30th Anniversary Street Fighter demonstrated the method to play the demon form of Akuma. Shin Akuma will remain locked on next play and players will need to input these steps whenever they would like to play as him:

  • Select Ryu, select Color 1 and press cancel.
  • Select Ken, select Color 9 and press cancel.
  • Select Sagat, select Color 8 and press cancel.
  • Select M. Bison, select Color 7 and press cancel.
  • Put the cursor over the Random button and then press L&R at the same time.

Fun fact: The number 1987 in the code actually refers to the actual year Street Fighter was first released.

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  1. francis July 25, 2017
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    Thanks a lot brother this was helpful i really appreciate because its not everyone that will give this out just like that.. Kudos

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