Street Fighter 5 will get a new fighter, with Abigail coming in, according to Capcom, which announced this during the Street Fighter 5 finals at Evo 2017, the world's premier fighting game tournament.
Whether or not it will be Abigail remains to be seen, but it will not be a shock if it ends up being him. Akuma came back with a lion's mane, the cold queen Kolin entered the heat of battle, Ed was transformed from feeble lad to bonafide boxer, and now Abigail joining Street Fighter 5 roster. As it so happens, Abigail is originally from the publisher and developer's Final Fight franchise, with the absolutely massive figure being the latest to crossover into the Street Fighter series, following Hugo's addition in Street Fighter 3: Second Impact.
Street Fighter 5 and Tekken 7 are both getting DLC characters from old beat-'em-ups.
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The cases are scheduled for jury trial in York County Court of Common Pleas on September 11, according to online court dockets. He posted his $100,000 bail in the first case and was arrested again several days later on October 15 in the second.
Lore wise, Abigail is a Canadian who runs a scrap metal yard in the Metro City Bay Area, but he's also a member of the Mad Gear Gang, the criminal gang from Final Fight. Well, he's huge, with ridiculously oversized proportions that has left some fans wondering how basic moves such as throws from smaller characters such as Cammy and R. Mika will look on-screen. Abigail is the official name of King Diamond's second album.
This has been a busy week for Street Fighter V announcements, as the 2017 Capcom Pro Tour stage was previously unveiled, and it was announced that the legendary Suzaku Castle stage would be making its return on July 25.