Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Collaboration Monsters Revealed for Summoners War

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August 27, 2020

Com2uS announced that Summoners War has revealed the upcoming collaboration monsters designed based on the collaboration with Street Fighter V: Champion Edition of Capcom.

The new collaboration monsters are five famous characters – RYU, KEN, M. BISON, CHUN-LI and DHALSIM – who have been loved by the fans from the Street Fighter series for the past 30 years. They will be available as new monsters in Summoners War and users can summon them.

Com2uS revealed an image and video of these monsters through the Summoners War official community and social media, announcing the new content and gameplay that will be implemented in Summoners War with the meet up of these two games.

In particular, this new collaboration has not only reinterpreted the characters in the graphic style of Summoners War, but has also reinterpreted the famous special moves and skills such as RYU’s Hadoken, M. BISON’s Psycho Crusher and DHALSIM’s Yoga Sunburst.

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition is the latest game of the Street Fighter series, the world’s most famous battle fighting game that has great popularity since 1987 within the large console game market such as North America, Europe and Asia and all over the world, accumulating 44 million units of sales over 30 years with its variety and unique pool of characters.

More info on the Summoners War X Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Collaboration can be found at the Summoners War official community: https://www.facebook.com/SummonersWarSEA/

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