Capcom has announced that Falke, the next DLC character for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, is set to arrive on April 24. To make the announcement official, Capcom's pushed out a typical character trailer that shows Falke in action - and she looks to be an interesting addition.
As another one of Bison's clones, Falke has built a strong connection with fellow loner Ed, as the two bear the heavy scars of being created for the dictator's nefarious deeds.
Falke will be the third character added to the game as part of the Street Fighter 5 Season 3 DLC. After being experimented on by Shadaloo she's come out of the process with powerful fighting techniques and of course the ability to use M. Bison's famed psycho power energy. 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.
The key to Falke's power in Street Fighter 5 is her staff, which players must charge up by holding down one of the punch buttons. "Pressing two punches will result in Psycho Schneide, which is her version of an uppercut".
Crouching (Psycho Kanonen) - Falke lays on the ground and shoots a projectile at the opponent's feet. Psycho Shrot and Kanonen can be cancelled into each other and can leave the opponent prone to a Critical Art. While in this position, she's able to dodge projectiles that are aimed at her. "Pressing two kicks is Katapult, which sees Falke pole vaulting towards the opponent in a kick motion". Psycho Trombe on its own can be cancelled into by a variety of normal moves and can also be used to absorb projectiles.
Here is the information on her Critical Art, V-Skill and V-Triggers from Capcom-Unity. Her Psycho Kugel lets her release Psycho Power through Harmony while standing, as though it were a gun. If you press hard punch and hard kick during this, Psycho Sturm will be activated to deliver a sweeping staff attack that can be cancelled for combo extensions.
The release is available to download as an upgrade for free in the Street Fighter V game.
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