Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown has overcome all expectations of SEGA

Virtual Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown has overcome all SEGA expectations.

Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown arcade mode with Wolf

The new edition of the fighting game, which was published on June 1 in PlayStation 4, had really aimed at assessing public interest in the franchise before the possibility of a virtual Fighter 6, and not so much generate income. However, it seems that the results have been much higher than what was expected internally in the Japanese company.

This situation, which has been publicly made by producer Meiji Loki in a retransmission of During Online, also makes them significantly grow the options for Sega to venture to develop a sixth delivery of Virtual Fighter. Right now there is nothing official, but after the good results harvested by Virtual Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown, Loki believes that there are many more chances that the project receives green light.

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