Capcom officially announced that the ever-changing ninja, Zeku will be the final character in "Street Fighter 5's" DLC Pack 2 and they streamed his gameplay trailer at the South East Asia Major tournament in Singapore.

Zeku was first introduced in "Street Fighter Alpha 2" as Guy's former master who trained him in the ninja art of Bushinryu. Eventually, Guy was able to obtain the title of 39th Master of Bushinryu and Zeku has disappeared from the world for many years. The latter's objective in the sequel is to form his new ninja group and create a new fighting style that will surpass Bushinryu.

Zeku's gameplay

Zeku's fighting style in "Street Fighter 5" is similar to Guy with a few key differences. Guy uses Buhinryu fighting style to build fast-paced combos that will deal heavy damage to his opponents. He uses acrobatics to confuse his enemies and set up chain combos. His V-Trigger allows him to increase his speed giving players a chance to cause more damage when executing combo attacks.

What makes the ninja character unique is that he can transform to his younger self when he activates his V-Trigger. The young Zeku is faster and more creative in utilizing combos than his older self. His Critical Art will feature the young and old Zekus working to together to strike down their opponent.

Zeku will join Akuma, Kolin, Ed, Abigail, and Menat in "Street Fighter 5's" second DLC roster and Capcom will add him into the game on Oct. 24 for the PlayStation 4 and PC platforms.

More Arcade Modes?

Capcom announced that "Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition" will add six arcade modes from previous game titles. These include the original "Street Fighter," "SF2," "Zero/Alpha" series, "Third Generation, " SF4," and "SF5." The Japanese publisher added that by playing through these arcade modes, players can unlock over 200 gallery illustrations.

There are also bonus stages such as breaking barrels and destroying a car, and players will unlock over 100 character endings.

The sequel's Arcade Editon will feature the two DLC character packs, Arcade and Extra Battle modes, a new game interface, and secondary V-Triggers. The Arcade Mode will allow players to take six different paths and fight six CPU opponents to unlock the character's unique ending. Extra Battles will feature time exclusive challenges that players must complete to unlock special premium costumes.

Players can buy the game online on the PlayStation Store and Steam for $39.99.