Tencent Games recently launched a new Street Fighter mobile game in China, Street Fighter: Duel. And of course it is an officially licensed title from Japanese IP owner Capcom. And yes, if you are into Asian pop culture, Taiwanese superstar Jay Chou is the game’s spokesperson and even has a character “杰霸” in the game designed after him. That aside, Street Fighter: Duel is a game with extremely eye popping colors and visuals, although the gameplay itself leaves much to be desired. More details can be found below after the video!
Let’s talk briefly about Street Fighter: Duel’s core gameplay. Players form a team of 3 main characters, with another 3 (unlocks gradually) as support. Each character has 2 combo skills out of 3 slots, and the idea is to form a team which can perform chain combo attacks efficiently. This includes the skills of support characters as well in the team. Once set, it is really just about auto-combat. There is the manual option to cast skills of course. We do hate the character elemental weakness system! The rest are about gacha, upgrades, and going through many PVE and PVP modes. What is your impression of Street Fighter: Duel?