Street Fighter V Capcom

With Street Fighter V: Champion Edition releasing next week, Capcom is in full bloom promoting the hit fighting game. And now, players can try out the game’s entire roster for one week, starting today.

The company has unlocked all 39 combatants from Street Fighter V thus far, including new additions like Cody and E. Honda. Some of their accessories are available as well, should players feel like changing things up.

What else is happening with Street Fighter V?

The promo event is available through next Monday, February 10, at 10:00 a.m. PT. Anyone wanting to keep fighting past that point will need to purchase the game. (Keep in mind that the trial is only available for those that currently do not own a version of the game.)

Those interested in trying the game out can do so via Steam. If you like what you see, the full game is actually on sale right now. Fans can save 60 percent off its regular price, paying just $8.00 for the general Street Fighter V release. Other add-ons and bundles, including a pre-order option for the Champion Edition, are also on sale for a limited time only. If you’re interested, make sure to check out the full rundown of available deals.

Capcom first announced Street Fighter V: Champion Edition back in November. Along with all the current fighters and downloadable costumes available, Gill’s return from Street Fighter III also received confirmation. A second mystery fighter will also join the fray, likely to be announced shortly after the Champion Edition upgrade becomes available.

The trailer for the Champion Edition is below. If you like what you see with this week’s free-to-play trial, it doesn’t hurt to get on board and enjoy Capcom’s fighting party. Again, you can find the full release on Steam.

Street Fighter V‘s other editions are already available now.

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