Street Fighter V

Street Fighter V
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No clothes ripping, 2/10.


These are pretty fantastic!


I appreciate the characters and outfits chosen to showcase these…



Shin Akuma?



New stage:
Skies of Honor, 70k FM or $3.99… looks pretty cool.



Sub Zero?!?!?!?!

Kidding, but I’m liking this whole trend of having Seasons to fighting games with roster reveals. Keeps it fresh.

But, to spoil it… it’s going to be her (from the story mode):



I’d buy that character.

With my fight money.

Unfortunately, she arrives on the same day as Horizon Zero Dawn, so…


If you want to hop into Street Fighter V, now might be the time. The game plus Season 1 AND Season 2 on sale for $40.


Hey everybody!

Thank you to everybody who took the new Capcom Fighters Network (CFN) and the new Season 2 Balance Updates for a spin during the PC Beta Test. We wanted to give everybody an update on the current status of these and the next Season 2 DLC character. Hit the jump for full details.

We are happy to announce the test has allowed us to make further adjustments to optimize the new CFN. We know you’re all very eager for the new CFN but we also want to ensure it meets all of our expectations before it officially launches. In order to help us get the new CFN to where it needs to be, we are looking into conducting an additional Beta Test soon. In case you missed what the new CFN entails, check out our previous blogpost here.

For the potential additional Beta Test, current and new players will be able to participate in the beta for FREE and all released characters will be unlocked for play for the duration of the test, including the next Season 2 DLC character. The identity of the new Street Fighter V character will be revealed soon.

Also, closely tied to the new CFN are the new Season 2 Balance Updates and the next Season 2 DLC Character. For the full list of balance changes, check out our previous blogpost here. These additional balance changes and the next Season 2 DLC character were originally planned to launch at the end of April. Since both of these were developed under the new CFN infrastructure, they have to release alongside the new CFN when it is ready.

More details and the exact timing of the next CFN Beta Test will be announced in the coming weeks. Thank you all once again for helping us make the new CFN the best it can be.

There is still to-be-announced content coming to Street Fighter V at the end of April. For the latest updates on Street Fighter V, follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Here is a list of improvements you can expect with the new CFN:

Rage Quit Penalty System
Back in December, we implemented an update to the Rage Quit System which displayed a special Player Profile Icon for the worst offenders and the most honorable players. These icons are working correctly now and matchmaking logic now takes into account your online behavior and frequent disconnectors will be matched with similar opponents.

Ranked and Casual Match Loading Times
We understand many players were not happy with the load times when entering online matches. There will now be a shorter transition when going into a Ranked or Casual Match.

Battle Lounge Country Flags
Country flags should now properly load in Battle Lounges, allowing players to locate competition in their region.

Training Mode – User Settings Saved
Training Mode settings are now saved and will carry over to the next time the mode is accessed.

“Since the PC beta will only feature online modes, Training Mode will not be testable at this time. Sorry for the confusion.”

Matchmaking Improvements
It should now take less time to find an opponent in online matches. We’ve also added logic which avoids frequently being matched with the same opponent repeatedly.

Fighter Profile Stats
More detailed stats will be tracked and presented on your Fighter Profile.

Country / League Based Rankings
Players will now be able to filter leaderboards based on Country or League.

Friend Management System
In addition to adding a player to your Favorites, you can now add Friends and follow them on CFN. You can now also Blacklist players.

Interactive Timeline
On the CFN home menu, a live feed of your Friends’ activities is presented on an interactive Timeline. Using the Timeline, you can immediately add a recent match to your Replay List, view a Fighter Profile, manage your Friends, and adjust Timeline display settings.

In-Game Announcer Voice
The in-game announcer will give you stats on both you and your opponent using data pulled from the server.

This all sounds good.




Not really the bombshell Capcom needed following everything else that got announced or was shown off this weekend.

Also his design looks like garbage compared to his original SFV profile.



Prepare yourselves, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition is coming out on January 16, 2018! If you’ve been spectating from the sidelines or are waiting for a reason to join the fight, now is the time! In addition to the highly-requested Arcade Mode, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition contains a bounty of new features you’ll want to check out. Let’s get to it!

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition will feature all 28 characters, including those from Season 1 and 2 – with one more from Season 2 still to be announced. For those yearning for more options, each character will receive a second V-Trigger, which will significantly change their playstyle. You may need to relearn your main or perhaps try another character, which speaks to you in a different way due to their alternate abilities. Stay tuned for more information on each character’s second V-Trigger!

As it’s our 30th anniversary year, we wanted to celebrate by making sure Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition contained a plethora of new content. True to its name, Arcade Mode is coming to Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition and will be an experience ripe with nostalgia. Furthermore, we’re adding in Extra Battle Mode, a Gallery, and completely redesigning the UI to amplify the epic quality of this new version. We have much more to share on each of these modes and more content to reveal in the future!
From the beginning, we promised that you’ll only need to purchase the original Street Fighter V, which we’re sticking to. All the new gameplay-related content – Arcade Mode, Extra Battle Mode, a second V-Trigger, the Gallery, and more – will be available as part of a free in-game update for current players! Those who don’t currently have Street Fighter V can purchase Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition for $39.99, and it will include everything we mentioned above.

Thank you for supporting Street Fighter V! As mentioned earlier, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition will be available on PS4 at retail or as a digital download on January 16, 2018. Please follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook to be the first to learn of more details on Street Fighter V and Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition!

Redone endings too:


And the next character is… Strider?


Red Bull® Energy Drink is celebrating Street Fighter’s 30th Anniversary with limited edition cans featuring some of our beloved characters. Grab one of these cans to obtain a custom code, which can be redeemed for exclusive PlayStation 4 content for Street Fighter V, including special Red Bull costumes! Details on this exciting promotion can be found after the jump!

Starting now and going April 30, 2018, you can find these epic Red Bull cans in stores around the world. Each of these cans contain a PlayStation 4 code for exclusive Street Fighter V content located under the tab and can be redeemed at Upon redemption, you’ll be given a choice of what item you’d like to download, meaning you don’t have to worry about getting duplicates! You can redeem up to 16 codes per account. Please note, you must have a PlayStation account and a copy of Street Fighter V on PlayStation 4 in order to enjoy this exclusive in-game content.

Question: If you pour the Red Bull down the drain, will it eat through the pipes?