Are You Ready For Street Fighter 5? Here Are 10 Important Things You Should Know: Page 9 of 10

Are You Ready For Street Fighter 5? Here Are 10 Important Things You Should Know
Fighting just got a lot cooler.

9. Chip Damage

Circled is an example of what chip damage I’m talking about.

Adding to the list of reasons not to turtle up is chip damage being added to Normal attacks. Say you’re blocking and you take a normal hit. You’ll take a certain amount of temporary damage until one of two things happens. Either you stay away from your opponent’s fists long enough for that damage to heal up… or you take a single unblocked hit and all that temporary damage becomes permanent. 

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