Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition Team Versus Mode Revealed by WWE Superstars

WWE recently wrapped up its Survivor Series event, so now's the best time for Capcom to reveal a team battle concept of its own for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.

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World Wrestling Entertainment is no stranger to tag team matches, especially multi-time tag team champions The New Day. That's why Capcom reached out to Xavier Woods to deliver an announcement about a new game mode for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, to help make this the best Rusev Day ever!

Woods went on his UpUpDownDown YouTube channel to reveal Team Versus Mode. This introduces team multiplayer for up to teams of five, with customization options allowing for a "Best of" series or for an "SNK vs. Capcom" style Elimination format. Other aspects of the fight, including health recovery, V-Gauge, and bot difficulty can also be set.

More details can be found on Capcom-Unity or you can simply watch the UpUpDownDown video below.

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    December 20, 2017 12:20 PM

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      December 20, 2017 12:31 PM

      That should make tournaments even more fun. I like when they do it anyway, but with it built into the game it will feel like something people train to do instead of a fun side event.

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      December 20, 2017 12:36 PM

      Nice and unexpected addition, should make for some better team based events.

      No online functionality, however. Lots of options to customize, though. You could theoretically turn SFV into a KoF14 style 3v3 multi-character type experience even in a 1v1 situation. Would love to be able to do something like that online for a change of pace.