Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown: Exceeds expectations – Sega is thinking about a successor

As per producer Moriji Aoki, the title for fighting “Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown” managed to surpass the company’s expectations. However, Sega is thinking about the possibility of a sequel; however, it’s likely to take quite some time in the future.

In June, Japanese publishing company Sega published the fight game “Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown” for the PlayStation 4.

As we’ve seen, it was offered in the first place at no extra cost via PlayStation Plus. PlayStation Plus service. According to Sega’s producer Moriji Aoki, a release policy was purposefully picked because the company wasn’t in any way concerned about making money off of “Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown”. Instead, the people at Sega were looking into the extent to which the “Virtua Fighter” franchise is with gamers. In this regard, the idea of a traditional digital release and a release on a popular service such as PlayStation Plus simply made sense, the company said.

Success is a long time to come

Although Aoki didn’t provide any specific numbers for sales and download figures, he did mention that the popularity of “Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown” and the fan response have outstripped expectations from within. This is why Aoki said that the company is in-house thinking regarding the direction of “Virtua Fighter” and the possibility of a sequel.

To avoid giving the impression of false hope, To avoid skepticism, it was noted in the course of the announcement that in the case of the possibility of “Virtua Fighter 6,” it is not yet ready to talk about. In particular, a successor will need to wait for some time.

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