Asura's Wrath unleashes his rage as the game is now available in North America and on February 24 in Europe. Capcom has announced DLC for the game, to be released post-launch. The first one will feature anime-inspired artistic look while the second will put Sreet Fighter's Ryu before Asura. Further details inside.
Capcom will be supporting Asura’s Wrath post launch with an extensive DLC offering. The first two packs will offer a completely new artistic look taking their inspiration from the world of anime. These DLC packs explore what happened between episodes from the full game. What was going through Asura’s mind when he fought against his mentor Augus? Which is the right path for Yasha to follow; should he betray his friend Asura or take his side against Deus? These questions will be answered when the DLC episodes launch shortly after release.
Following this will be DLC that promises Asura’s ultimate battle where the strongest take on the angriest. The world’s greatest warriors from Street Fighter™ appear before Asura, challenging him to a fight and creating a DLC offering that fans won’t want to miss.
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