Capcom has revealed that Ultra Street Fighter IV will enable players to upload their matches to Youtube natively within the game itself.
Dana Hinds from Capcom Unity had this to say regarding the new Youtube uploading feature:
You’ll be able to select any match from your battle log of online matches, and choose whether to upload it in low or high quality, directly to your own YouTube channel! Whether it’s the best comeback since Daigo VS Justin Wong, or perhaps you had an encounter with a pro-player you want to share, this feature is great for those who are yet to own a direct capture device, and want to show off their favorite Ultra Street Fighter IV moments!
Youtube integration is just one of the new features the upcoming re-re-release is sporting, although it certainly is exciting. If only they would allow for users to livestream their matches!
Ultra Street Fighter IV is set for release on Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 this June, with a PC version to follow afterwards in August.
You can buy the whole package outright for $39.99 on consoles or $29.99 on PC, and as an upgrade for users who own Super Street Fighter IV, for $14.99 – those are lots of options!