Street Fighter 5's next DLC character is Abigail from Final Fight

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Now he's coming to Street Fighter V, where his oversized muscularity will have a whole new series of challenges to take on.

The announcement was made at EVO 2017, the largest fighting game competition in the world, where Trunks was also unveiled as playable character in the highly anticipated Dragon Ball FighterZ.

It can be recalled that Abigail was originally one of the members of the bulky bruisers in the Mad Gear crew in "Final Fight", but players were highly unlikely to cross paths with the giant until towards the conclusion of the game.

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Starting with Street Fighter 5, the next DLC character will be Abigail from Final Fight (Capcom's Double Dragon knock-off). His arrival in Street Fighter V on July 25 will mark the first time that he appears in the franchise.

Abigail, due out on 25th July, is the fourth DLC character from Street Fighter 5's second season, and follows the release of Akuma, Kolin and Ed. He also looks dead hard. Here's the "Street Fighter 5" Abigail gameplay trailer, which gives us a brief glimpse of the Metro City Bay Area stage as well.

Abigail will join the roster of Street Fighter V on July 25.

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The two remaining characters in the Season 2 pass will be revealed later this year.

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