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17 July 2017, 04:57 | Justin Tyler
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Today Street Fighter EX series developer Arika partly revealed at EVO 2017 its new game that was teased on April 1st (leading many to believe that it was an April fool), as announced a few days ago.
The YouTube description of the trailer notes that, "ARIKA has chose to begin development on a PlayStation 4 version of "Mysterious Fighting Game (Title Undecided)" and make a public announcement on the final day of EVO2017".
You can check out the trailer below. The three characters mentioned from before showed up for battle once again, plus two fan favorites from Street Fighter EX popped up - Skullomania and Darun Mister.
The actual fighting is fluid and fast, and looks like a literal evolution of the Street Fighter EX gameplay foundation, which should help separate it from Street Fighter V.
Earlier this year a short teaser was released and the fighting game community responded very positively to the news, but at the time was said to be an elaborate April Fool's Day joke. I don't know how true that is and the trailer seems to have a bit of a trollish theme to it, so it could be true.
The new fighting title from Arika will arrive in 2018 on PlayStation 4 but according to the information of the new trailer, we will have a beta and test server period later this year. Pre-orders for Japan will be available during the beta test, but details on pre-orders for other regions as well as pre-order bonuses will be announced at a later date.
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