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The Young Commander ‘Ed’ Joins Street Fighter V As The Next Season 2 Character

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The Young Commander ‘Ed’ Joins Street Fighter V As The Next Season 2 Character

Ed, the young commander, is the next character to join Street Fighter V as part of the Season 2 Character Pass. Previously appearing in the story of Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter IV, Ed’s experimental body aged him beyond his years until he was ready for battle. Having been raised by Balrog, his fighting is centered on boxing, but Ed is enhanced by the Psycho Power carried within his genes from M. Bison. Use this power to perform special moves like the ‘Psycho Snatcher’ V-Skill, ‘Psycho Cannon’ V-Trigger and ‘Psycho Barrage’ critical art.

Unleash Ed’s Psycho Power when he joins Street Fighter V soon, along with his Story and Premium Battle costumes. During the Capcom Fighters Network Beta taking place on PlayStation 4 and PC on 11th-14th May, Ed and all previously released characters will be playable for all beta participants for the duration of the test.

Check out the Trailer:

V-Skill: Psycho Snatcher – Ed releases Psycho Power from his palm, pulling himself or opponents depending on how long he charges it up.

V-Trigger: Psycho Cannon – With a full V-meter, Ed releases an enormous amount of Psycho Power. He can follow alongside it, allowing him to pepper in shots when it connects with the opponent.

Critical Art: Psycho Barrage – Ed lunges forward with a series of punches. If at any point he connects, he’ll continue weaving around the opponent, slipping in quick combinations of Psycho-punches ending with a powerful uppercut.

Special Moves – What makes Ed especially unique is how players perform his special moves. His special moves have simple inputs; they only require simultaneous button presses, repeatedly pressing a button, or holding down a button. Only Ed’s Critical Art is done by inputting a traditional motion.

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