In the original reveal of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers for Nintendo Switch, the footage snuck in a brief moment of first-person gameplay. It was initially unclear if that snippet was directly related to USFII, or was instead a hint of something else down the road in Street Fighter’s 30th anniversary year. Based on this leaked image of USFII’s package art, it appears that it was indeed a peek at a Switch-exclusive first-person mode, called “Unleash! Ha-Do-Ken.” (波Do拳 instead of the iconic move’s name 波動拳, preceded by “release” or “fire.”)
As little as we have to go on here, it suggests the mode is (as was speculated) a mini-game of sorts in which we battle Shadaloo soldiers, set apart from the main USFII title–possibly more like a rail-shooter than a fighting game? Also notable as indicated–presuming this box art is genuine–are the inclusion of a Street Fighter art gallery, and that the title is running on MT Framework in some capacity.
Check out the official reveal trailer for Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers here, or read Corey “Missing Person” Lanier’s concerns about how the game will stack up to its legacy in his editorial here. While it may not prove to be a significant competitive title, it looks like USFII will still offer some interesting content to Street Fighter fans.
Source: Nintendo Everything