Street Fighter V's Falke Previewed in Introduction Video

Street Fighter V's Falke Previewed in Introduction Video

Early this morning, a blog post on the Capcom Unity blog for Street Fighter V went up with the headline "Falke, the Guardian Hawk, Vaults into Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition on April 24!".

Although they haven't gotten their hands on her yet, players like Infiltration, LPN and Justin Wong have already given their first impressions for Falke in her reveal trailer. She is a staff-wielding fighter and another alternative M. Bison Clone. Falke uses Harmony to keep her opponents at arms-length, but also to channel her Psycho Power. As the years went by and the hard training continued, she began to despair, but finally, Ed, who was new in Street Fighter 4, rescued her and helped her get away from Shadaloo.

Falke will be part of the Season 3 Character Pass and can be purchased alone for $5.99 or earned with 100,000 Fight Money. Falke is the third character from Season 3 and is a brand-new character for the series. "Now, the two have a sibling-like bond and are searching for others like them in need of help". She can avoid projectiles while using Psycho Kanonen. With her Harmony staff, she looks like she's going to be a fantastic ranged fighter with a few goodies sprinkled in just in case she needs to clobber someone in close range. "Pressing two kicks is Katapult, which sees Falke pole vaulting towards the opponent in a kick motion". This move can then be cancelled by a "variety of normal moves and can also be used to absorb projectiles".

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A number of these moves can set up Valke's Critical Art, which launches her opponent in the air and concludes with her bopping them over the head.

In this two-block V-Trigger, Falke powers up her ability to infuse and release Psycho Power from her staff and will allow her to use additional versions of her special moves without needing to charge up in advance.

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