With less than three weeks left before the release of the Nintendo Switch, game boxes have begun appearing on store shelves in Japan. Whether this is an actual mode or just a mini-game is unclear, but it could be more of a shooter than actual fighter. Ultra Street Fighter II introduces new mechanics like the ability to use SFIV series style voices for each character or the original classic SFII-style voices as well as grapple breaks. "Ha-Do-Ken", in which players could pull off the famous, titular move from a first-person perspective.
Players will enjoy throwing fireballs using the system's Joy-Con controllers.as shown on the "Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers'" art box. "Ha-Do-Ken". A new image of the first-person mode has surfaced online. However, the English version name is not known at this point in time.
You can actually catch a glimpse of the first-person mode in the game's announce trailer, at around the 2:08 mark of the above video.
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Way of the Hado is a Ryu-exclusive mode that sees him take on Shadaloo Soldiers. "Ha'DO'ken." Based on the corresponding screenshot, the mode looks to be a timed, combo-based fight against multiple Shadaloo soldiers. Probably, it's a mode which allows you to hold the Joy-Con and shoot hadoken. The confirmation comes from the box art, itself.
There is also a logo from Capcom's main game engine on the box, MT Framework.
The Final Challengers will come with an extra, Nintendo Switch-flavoured mode - it's pretty unusual.