One of the few things that has been a hot topic within the gaming world as of late is the upcoming release of Street Fighter V: Champion Edition next year. For those who do not know Street Fighter V: Champion Edition is another version of the original game which was initially released almost four years ago. Since its release back in 2016 Street Fighter V has become one of the most popular fighting games that we have seen within the past few years. The inclusion of classic characters since the SFII era from the early 90’s such as Ryu, Guile, Chun-LI, Ken, Bison along with new characters definitely got older fans of the series interested in Street Fighter V. Also, the inclusion of a story mode with cinematic cutscenes is one that was a first in the Street Fighter series and it had added to the game’s overall quality. The addition of various DLC characters also added to the appeal of Street Fighter V and many people will be happy to know that Capcom has decided to bring back another classic character in Street Fighter V: Champion Edition in 2020.

If you were a huge fan of Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact and Street Fighter III: Third Strike from ’97-’99 then you will be excited to know that the final boss from each game known as Gill will be returning to Street Fighter V: Champion Edition. Gill is a character that has god-like powers and was the main villain of Street Fighter III as the leader of the Secret Society which consists of humanity’s elite. There is absolutely no question that Gill was possibly the hardest boss in Street Fighter history and has been absent from the series since the late 90’s. Gill is expected to make his return as a playable character when Street Fighter V: Champion Edition is released on February 14th next year.

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