Ono took to Twitter To explain her decision, and she began by exposing the challenges that the COVID-19 epidemic has brought to the world and how it has affected the Capcom Pro Tour and its format for 2020.He then moved on to talk about his departure, and revealed how much Street Fighter and his community meant to him.“I’ve been with the Street Fighter brand for a long time, experiencing good times, bad times and even non-existent times,” Ono said. “My heart is full of appreciation for the players who have been giving warm and kind support to the brand over the past decade, so all the activities of the Street Fighter brand are seen sunny and its livelihood has increased.”
“And now, after serving for nearly 30 years at Capcom, I’m leaving the company this summer. That means I’ll be stepping down as brand manager for various titles, including Capcom’s Street Title.”
“Capcom’s employees in the new generation will continue to care for the Street Fighter brand and lead the World Warriors. And, I believe they will continue to make Street Fighter exceptional. I look forward to the new Street Fighter brand and how it’s looking Will stay. Next time is going to expand as almost one of the regular gamers. “
Ono began his career at Cap Man while working on Mega Man: Battle and Chase as a music composer for the original PlayStation before working on Street Fighter Alpha 3. He will help with many games, including Devil May Cry, Onimusha, Resident Evil: Outbreak and more. He quickly became a fan following for his work on Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter V
, As he would appear in many fan events and competitions with a smile and amazing energy.
you can read Ono’s full statement here.
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