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Street Fighter 5 has a new stage set in New Zealand

08 Jul 15

Capcom has released some new screenshots from Street Fighter 5 and one stage is set in New Zealand.

As reported by NZGamer, they noticed a new stage in Street Fighter 5 that will be set in New Zealand. It's a beautiful stage called the "Forgotten Waterfall". 

Apart from the beautiful scenery, the animals featured in the stage prove it's from New Zealand. There's lots of sheep, a Tuatara and even a Pukeko seen as well. 

This stage and two others will be available to play in Street Fighter 5's beta later this month. The beta test will only be available for PS4 owners and runs for five days starting on July 24th. 


 

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