While the fall gaming onslaught may have finally calmed down, the industry doesn’t seem to be slowing down too much, with several major game announcements this month, and now, another potential leak.
A trailer promoting Street Fighter V was allegedly posted to YouTube earlier today. The clip has since been made private, which, importantly, means it has not been completely removed and could indicate some legitimacy.
The trailer revealed some footage of the game, which gaming site Kotaku has assembled in GIF form now that the trailer is no longer online. The photo above is from a version of Street Fighter IV.
The footage revealed classic Street Fighter characters Ryu and Chun Li fighting in expectedly crazy fashion on a road surrounded by neon signs and a few randomly parked cars.
No release date was shown, but the footage did declare that the game would be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 and PC. Of course, “exclusive” doesn’t mean exclusive forever, as it could very well release on other platforms after a certain period of time.
If this trailer does prove to be an actual announcement, it was likely planned for a reveal at tonight’s The Game Awards, being held in Las Vegas, or the weekend-long PlayStation Experience, a fan-focused event showing off dozens of new titles launching for PlayStation in the future. Stay tuned to EW for coverage of both events, which are expected to include several major game announcements.
A representative from Capcom did not immediately respond to a request for comment.