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Official Details and Screenshots for Street Fighter V’s Laura

Following two leaks for Street Fighter V’s new character, Laura, Capcom has officially confirmed her with the first details, screenshots, and official trailer.

Featured above, you can view her trailer, although we got a look at this a bit earlier. Laura’s announcement comes during this year’s Brasil Game Show, which makes sense considering Laura is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu specialist.

Enjoy some new screenshots for Laura:

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Here’s a description of Laura, via Capcom:

About Laura

Joining the series from her homeland in Brazil, Laura Matsuda is a Jiu-Jitsu specialist, a first for the Street Fighter series. Continuing the tradition of the famed Matsuda fighting style, Laura is constantly looking for strong opponents around the world to defeat, in an effort to spread the Matsuda Jiu-Jitsu’s name and prestige. Laura’s methodical grapple technique comes equipped with a stunning “Thunder Clap” projectile that zaps opponents and leaves them questioning if they should get in close, or keep their distance. By activating her “Spark Show” state, Laura’s projectiles fly further and her attacks and grabs have increased stun damage. Using a variety of quick moving attacks and effective command grabs, Laura will become a favorite for players who enjoy “up close and personal” mind games.

V-Skill: Linear Movement

By holding either back or forward and pressing medium punch + medium kick, Laura moves in the corresponding direction, getting her in and out of the opponent’s range at will. If no direction is held during the V-Skill activation, she will perform an overhead kick.

V-Trigger: Spark Show

Laura gets ready to zap the competition when she activates Spark Show. During her electrifying state, Laura’s Thunder Clap projectile flies further, she deals more stun on her attacks and grabs, and moves around further during her Linear Movements.

Street Fighter V is launching for PlayStation 4 and PC in the spring of next year.

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