Street Fighter’s Ken Has Been Redesigned

Ken

Capcom usually keeps things pretty classic when it comes to Street Fighter’s. Characters like Ryu and Chun-Li have barely changed since their debuts in the 80s and 90s respectively. However, Ken’s has been redesigned to be more “stylish” and “aggressive” in Street Fighter V.

Personally, it’s looked like Ken have joined the dark side, due to his angry caterpillar eyebrows which made him more aggressive. Besides the new look, the video above also revealed Ken Heat Rush V-Tech Ability which will bolster his special attacks.

Something we should notice in the trailer:

1. Ken step kick is back, his third strike made the opponent Knocks down!
2. Ken old two-hit target combo from Third Strike is back.
3. Ken still spins a lot.
4. Looked like every combo that Ken made come with fire effect.

Overall the improvement and the redesigned of Ken made Street Fighter V more interesting to play.

Source: Games Radar

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