The third ‘season’ of Street Fighter V will coincide with the release of the Arcade Edition on 16 January, and features six characters.
Capcom wants PC players to test out upcoming changes which means you can play for free.
The latest character to be added to Street Fighter V from the ‘Season 2 Character Pass’ is the Russian martial arts trained Kolin.
Glory be: Street Fighter V has now got a Versus CPU mode… and also a new character, and some Daily Targets, and various miscellaneous improvements.
The 3-4 story mode will be free, and feature all of the DLC characters (for everybody to use as a preview). Zenny currency has been axed.
Guile returns to Street Fighter and he’s free for now.
No actual details of what that rage-quitting solution might be, but Capcom say they’re introducing it soon.
Challenge modes, eight-person battle lobbies, a rematch function, and (a bit later in the month), Alex. All coming to SFV.
Tim is not best pleased with his first week with Street Fighter V.
Capcom sort out some of the annoying problems with the game.
Capcom pull their finger out and get down to fixing the game after a shaky launch.
Tim pulls no punches when battling it out with Street Fighter V’s PC version. How does it stand up to the punishment?
Looks like a midnight (early 16 Feb) launch for the UK, if you fancy staying up for some late-night street fighting.
A look at Chun-Li’s PC pre-order bonus outfit, and her mighty thighs of fury.
Now you can control the game with a real PC controller.
Dhalsim stretches himself into Street Fighter V, and there’s a rumoured release date (now confirmed as 16 Feb).