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Jul 26, 2016 09:54 AM EDT

'Street Fighter 5' News & Update: The Game Adds Character, More Summer Costumes Available Next Week


Capcom, a Japanese developer and publisher of video games, made it known to the public that the next DLC character for "Street Fighter 5" will be Juri.

The video games publisher announced that Juri (a South Korean taekwondo fighter) would be available by the end of July. The character has already been playable through the Story mode of the video game which was added in June, but Juri will be added as a proper character for all modes of "Street Fighter 5" next week.

Capcom described Juri as a provocative SIN agent from South Korea who goes by the name of 'Spider' and worked under the main antagonist - Seth. Juri is considered to be a sadistic fighter who takes pleasure in violence and loves to torture her prey.

Juri was ignited by hatred of Shadaloo and M. Bison for the murder of her parents, Juri joined Shadaloo intimidation Network (SIN) to seek revenge and doesn't care who she has to annihilate to achieve her goals, according to Game Spot.

However, as players can get their hands on Juri as the character go live on July 26, players will be able to pick up Juri's Story and Premium costumes, Event Hubs reported.

Also, three more premium summer costumes are coming, one each for, Ibuki, Laura and Cammy. These premium summer costumes are each priced at $4.

Capcom just recently unleashed a new batch of Downloadable content (DLC) that includes new color choices and a stage that dynamically changes to reflect the state of the Capcom Pro Tour. The bundle with all of that content is available for $25, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Capcom Cup.

Capcom previously claimed that they are looking to improve more distinctive attributes in "Street Fighter 5." The video game is currently available for PlayStation 4 and PC platforms, according to Yibada.

Watch the official preview of Juri here:

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