VesperArcade discusses what Nash needs in Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition

By on October 5, 2018 at 4:00 pm

When Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition‘s Nash was originally nerfed from his strong Season 1 incarnation, part of the compensation at the time was for the 8 frames of delay naturally found in the game. That delay is now a thing of the past, but Nash’s poor mobility still remains. It has been rough for Nash ever since, and he’s floundered between low and mid tier in Seasons 2 and 3.

Based off this, VesperArcade predicts that buffs must logically be incoming for the lost soldier. This video speculates on the areas Nash could see the most improvement in. Do you agree with their vision of Nash in season 4? What changes would you like to see?

Source: VesperArcade


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