More than twenty years after starting his work on the Street Fighter franchise and main it by way of a number of console generations, government producer Yoshinori Ono is leaving the corporate.
Ono made the announcement by way of his Twitter web page on August 9, stressing that “Capcom staff in the new generation” might be chargeable for main the Street Fighter model shifting ahead and that he’s wanting ahead to experiencing the sequence as a participant reasonably than a developer now.
“I’ve been trying to contact those whom I’ve gotten to work with in the past about my resignation,” Ono added. “However, it’s quite difficult to reach out to all of [the] people I’ve associated with throughout my career for almost three decades, so I’d like to humbly ask your kind understanding. When the opportunity comes, I’d like to extend warm greetings and my appreciation to those individuals and companies I’ve had a chance to work with.”
For good measure, Ono added a Shoryuken yell on the finish of his notice to switch the one followers would normally get in-person, had the pandemic not disrupted the combating recreation group this yr.
Ono contributed to a number of different tasks outdoors of Street Fighter over his years at Capcom, together with Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite and Devil May Cry. He can be extraordinarily energetic on Twitter, although almost all of his posts have been about Street Fighter.
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