Street Fighter V was originally released on February 16, 2016, and is available on PlayStation 4 and PC. The updated version of Capcom's flagship fighter will include an arcade mode, a second V-Trigger move for all characters, UI updates, and other additions.
The updated version will be available digitally and physically in North America and Europe for a recommended retail price of $39.99. How do you feel about Street Fighter V today?
Despite this being an updated version of a game that Capcom promised would not be getting updated versions, the good news here is that it isn't necessary to purchase for owners of the original release. A new mode that will allow players to go against a couple of characters all at once may also be coming to the game. In an effort to add "more variety" to each match, the company continued, it'll be adding a second V-trigger to each fighter, chosen before the start of a match.
Extra Battle - complete timed challenges to obtain exclusive costumes throughout 2018. Now Capcom's Unity Blog has revealed more details, like the fact that the Arcade Mode will feature six different paths inspired on Street Fighter, SFII, SF Alpha, SFIII, SF IV, and SFV, which represents a celebration of the series' 30th anniversary.
One of those mistakes is that for no reason that anyone can understand the original version of the game didn't ship with an arcade mode, and even after fan uproar Capcom refused to add one. This is a major upgrade, and it'll no doubt change how the game is played when you can pick between different V-triggers.