The participating games have announced the 2020 version of Evolution, the world's largest fighting game tournament.
At that time of the year, endless fighting inevitably erupts in the fighting game community-these games have been revealed in this year's version of Evolution (aka Evo), the largest fighting game tournament in the world.
The biggest headline this year is the beloved fighting game classic "Marvel vs Capcom 2" (yes, this is the correct number-two!) As a special celebration of the return of the "Championship Championship" and will invite history Since then, the eight greatest players have entered the five-figure prize pool.
Equally shocking is that Mortal Kombat 11 has been left out in the cold a year after its release. MK developer Netherrealm has made a comprehensive change to the 11th entry in the series to make it more suitable for esports competition than past entries. The result is better play and more balance, but there are fewer seemingly interesting and exciting games compared to the MK10.
The final game list is as follows:
- Street Fighter 5 Champion Edition
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Edition
- Tekken 7
- Soul Sword 6
- Dragon Ball FighterZ
- Samurai knocked down
- Born at night
- Granblue fantasy with
- Marvel vs Capcom 2 (Getting Started)
Mortal Kombat 11 didn't advance, which means that Evo is completely oriental this year, and no Western-developed games have entered the list. I said that Microsoft has more reason to regain Killer Instinct on the Xbox Series X.
Other notable content includes another year of SoulCalibur 6, which has no guarantee at all, Evo consolidates its commitment to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate-this will be the second year of melee, GameCube shattered some fans and competitive players will not put Opening hands has been excluded from Evo.
It's no surprise that Street Fighter 5 Champions Edition-but some wonder if this is the last time we've seen Evo champions on SF5, as it feels that the latest updates for the game are gradually diminishing, making room for a sequel.
As usual, all games listed are open tournaments except for the invitation to MVC2 tournaments, and registrations for competitions or just competitions are now open.
Evo 2020 will be held from July 31 to August 2 at the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Resort, Casino and Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.