Capcom Partners With Street Fighter IV Co-Developer Dimps For New Fighting Game
Could it be the next Street Fighter?
The father of Street Fighter Yoshinori Ono has revealed that developer Dimps is working on a new project with Capcom.
We are recruiting colleagues to work together with us at Dimps studio for new FG. http://t.co/VHLIEUBnIa— Yoshinori Ono (@Yoshi_OnoChin) September 1, 2014
Earlier today, Ono tweeted that Capcom were recruiting new staff to work with Dimps studio for a "new FG." Dimps co-developed Street Fighter IV with Capcom, and was responsible for programming and balancing the game. The studio is no stranger to working on fighting games, having developed Street Fighter X Tekken and the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai series, among others.
Street Fighter V was teased by Ono during E3 this year, who tweeted that the game was still in its "early planning stages" and that more details would be shared "at a later date." The game has not yet been officially announced, although Capcom producer Tomoaki Ayano has said that the game might not be released until 2018.
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