Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition - Falke Gameplay Trailer

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Capcom has released the reveal trailer for Falke, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition's third Season 3 DLC character.

You can check out Falke's gameplay trailer below alongside several screenshots and GIFs of her. Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition is now available on PC and PS4. Global pricing hasn't been confirmed but is likely to be in line with previous characters. She was built to be a straight-up clone of M. Bison himself, shaped into a fighter through intense Shadaloo experimentation. Falke uses Harmony to keep her opponents at arms-length, but also to channel her Psycho Power.

Falke herself fits into the Street Fighter story as someone who was rescued by character Ed, after suffering for years at her tormentors' hands.

With the help of Ed, Falke escaped Shadaloo and now she and Ed are like siblings. Since her staff effectively acts as a conduit, these moves can be charged up and released in a number of ways.

Crouching (Psycho Kanonen) - Falke lays on the ground and shoots a projectile at the opponent's feet.

Furthermore, she plays very much like in Ed in the sense that she can unleash several of her special moves just by tapping two punch or kick buttons. While in this position, she's able to dodge projectiles that are aimed at her. Her Psycho Trombe V-Skill uses Harmony to either hit for a quick combo or absorb incoming projectiles. Her V-Trigger, meanwhile, is called Staerken and "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". Pressing two punches will result in Psycho Schneide, which is her version of an uppercut. Pressing down and HP+HK will see Falke using Psycho Klinge, where she jumps diagonally into the air before slamming her staff down on the opponent and can be followed up with normal moves.

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. As expected from a Critical Art, it's over the top and flashy.

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