The Spring Update for Street Fighter V brings news about Hermit Oro and Soul Powered Roses – PlayStation.Blog

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A spring update for Street Fighter V brings you the special look of Rose, Oro’s scoops and the fourth character, Akira. Let’s take a closer look at what was revealed in the Spring Update of Street Fighter V.

Watch the Spring Update video below for the big picture.

Wandering hermitage Oro appears in SFV

Returning from Street Fighter III, Oro is equipped with a classic move set and some new move sets. He even holds a one-armed combat style. However, unlike SFIII, which has one arm sealed, it has a new turtle pet here during the battle. Oro isn’t yet playable in SFV, but he’s not a stranger to the rest of the cast as he’s already appeared many times in the stories of other characters.

He appears not only in the story of Menato, but also in the story of Dhalsim.

Here we take a closer look at Oro’s movements and what he brings to the ring.

One of Oro’s classic moves, Leap Attack, avoids the opponent’s low attack and brings counter hits at the right time. He can also perform a patented double jump. This gives you a wide range of opportunities to attack and defend, even when closing gaps with your opponents or changing landing points.

Hop, skip, double jump

Oro has a new movement called Tsurane Keashi. This kick move is used to keep opponents away, but it can also be used in combos. The EX version allows for several follow-up attacks.

A quick leg swing will hurt your opponent

Oro’s V Skill I is called Onibi. With this move, Oro throws out a small version of his SFIII projectile Super Art Goat Ryodama. It bounces off the floor at various angles. This gives Oro a chance to put more pressure on his opponent. It’s a bit slow to come out, but it hits the damage of the projectile several times so that you can blow off the enemy’s fireball.

His V-Skill II is a new movement called bagworms that makes small hops. By typing a punch or kick after this move, Oro can follow up with additional moves.

V Skill I – Onibi

V Skill II – Bagworm

Oro’s V Trigger I is called Manrikitan. This gives him access to his Kishinriki command throw, which catches enemies and repeatedly slams them into the ground. This command grab can be used in combos, on the ground, and in the air.

Use Xinriki on the ground

Or in the air

Oro’s V-Trigger II is his popular return move, the Tengu Stone. Oro summons some rocks and objects that float above him for use as a follow-up to normal attacks. From time to time, special items that have different effects on your opponent are drawn in.

Did Oro summon Blanka-chan?


Oro aims to make a strong impact on Street Fighter V, which will be released this summer.

Rose makes her fateful return to SFV on April 19th

Fortune-telling with the power of the soul, Rose pulls the tarot cards and returns with some new moves to change the future of Street Fighter V. As revealed in the SFV Winter Update, Rose has returned to her with some new powerful moves abandoned. Let’s take a closer look at her movements.

Rose’s V Skill I is Soul Fortune. This move allows Rose to withdraw a tarot card to buff himself or debuff his opponent. Each card has a different color and has a different effect on Rose or its opponents. Next to the V-gauge bar at the bottom of the screen, you can see the cards she owns.

The white card, the sorcerer, increases Rose’s V-gauge when used. If you hold down the command button, she pushes up the card and continuously earns a V-gauge. However, be careful. During this condition she is defenseless. The red card, The Chariot, increases Rose’s attack damage and makes every move a bit more difficult than before.

Wizard fills her V gauge

Tanks increase her damage

With her debuff card, Rose throws them at her opponent. These cards count as single-hit projectiles and apply debuffs even if your opponent is blocking. Green Card Towers reduce your opponent’s damage output. The purple death card increases the amount of chip damage and gray life Rose deals to enemies.

Tower reduces enemy damage

Death increases chips and gray life

This new V-skill adds a whole new depth of play to Rose. Do you continue to attack and buff yourself, or do you play defensively and interfere with your opponent’s ability to attack?

V-Trigger I, Soul Dimension is a 2-bar V-Trigger that allows Rose to teleport to any of the three spots on the screen (behind the screen, just behind the opponent, behind the opponent in the air) To Teleport can cancel most of her special movements on the ground and in the air. Use this V-trigger to confuse and confuse your opponents or extend combos.

Now you meet her …

Now you don’t

Rose’s V Skill II, Soul Satellite is back from Street Fighter IV. When activated, Rose summons an orb that orbits around him. Press the V skill again to summon a second orb. Each orb can hit once or negate a single projectile hit. Use this V skill to put more pressure on your opponent.

Two orbs are better than one

Since movement is a V skill, Rose can be used for free. However, the summoning of the orb is a little slower than that of SFIV, so use it only when you are away from your opponent.

Soul Illusion is another move back from the Street Fighter Alpha series this time around. This two-bar V-trigger summons a mirror image that follows Rose and performs the same attack after Rose.

Activate soul illusion

And make the combo go crazy

This V-trigger opens up many combo opportunities. This also increases the damage of her soul spark projectile. One thing to keep in mind is that if you use the same normal movement twice in the same combo, your opponent will be sent into the air.

Rose has become quite dynamic in her playstyle, trying to enable a desperate offensive style or a more classic defensive style.

“What is the meaning of fate? You know.”

During Rose’s victory screen, she throws a tarot card when the results are displayed. This tarot card changes from match to match. How many cards does Rose have? Check out Rose’s release on SFV on April 19th.

Here comes a new challenger: Akira Kazama is ready to send her opponent to school

Without a little surprise, it wouldn’t be an SFV update. The development team sneaked into the ongoing footage of SFV rookie Akira Kazama.

Street Fighter V Spring Update Brings News About Hermit Oro and Soul Powered Roses

Akira appears to hold some of the style of rival school in SFV. In addition, Akira’s older brother Daigo will also appear.

is this…?


We look forward to revealing more about rival school veteran Akira in the near future.

New costumes for Vega, Seth and Juri

Coming with Rose’s release are these new professional-style costumes for Vega, Seth, and Juli.

These costumes will be available on April 19th as part of the Season 5 Premium Pass or can be purchased individually at the store for $ 3.99 each.

Season 5 Characters and Premium Pass

Speaking of premium passes, Season 5 character passes and premium passes are now available. Check what’s included in each:

We hope you enjoyed digging deeper into Rose and Oro, and Akira’s little teaser that we were able to show off. I’m looking forward to more information coming soon about Oro, Akira, and their fifth mysterious character. And don’t forget, the future will be set with Rose’s release on April 19th. Thanks again for all of your continued support.

Street Fighter V Spring Update brings news on the hermit Oro and Soul-Powered Rose

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