Street Fighter 5 Development “Has Barely Begun”, Graphics Will Get Even Better
Producer Yoshinori Ono talks about the current look of the PS4 fighter.
Producer Yoshinori Ono recently revealed to Famitsu (translation via Siliconera) that Street Fighter 5, which was announced at the recent PlayStation Experience as exclusive to the PS4 and PC, is still in the early stages of development.
Ono said that the current build still requires more work and that the visuals will improve as development goes on. At this stage, he wants fans to consider the game’s development as having just begun. This indicates that Street Fighter 5 may not make it’s way to PS4 and PC until 2015 end.
The game’s visual style relies on fluid expressions this time around as indicated by Chun Li’s fighting style and the blue energy she generates. Ono also confirmed that you can break through walls and open up new parts of the stage for the next round. Move sets will remain the same though some new moves will also be featured.
It should also be noted that Street Fighter 5 is being developed on Unreal Engine 4. Your thoughts on the game? Let us know below.