You might have seen everyone talking about "Hot Ryu" the other day, and that's because the bearded dad version of the character is one of the alternate costumes that comes with Street Fighter V pre-orders. That one's exclusive to GameStop, and Capcom announced it along with a few others and plans for the Street Fighter V Collector's Edition. More after the jump.
Following up on the regional stress tests, Capcom announced the official dates for the worldwide Street Fighter V beta test. According to the post on the Capcom-Unity blog, minimal issues have occurred during the stress tests, so the worldwide beta is set to kick off on August 28. Read on for more.
A few days ago Capcom revealed the next stage of plans for the Street Fighter V beta, which consists of a series of stress tests that kicked off in Europe. Those ran their course on August 20-21 and Asia followed, so now we have details on dates for the Americas. Hit the jump for more.
Kotobukiya's latest entry in its line of Street Fighter bishoujo vinyl statues is none other than Metro City's resident bad girl, Poison. Hit the jump to learn more.
Unless you were very lucky you'll probably agree Capcom's first Street Fighter V beta didn't go so well. To make sure things go more smoothly next time, Capcom announced plans to run the first in a series of region-specific stress tests this week, with the first having kicked off in Europe today. Read on for more.
Street Fighter V's first attempt at a beta didn't go too well, but work continues on the next entry, and a new challenger approaches! The latest character to join the roster is none other than Vega, who wants you to be intoxicated by his beauty in the reveal trailer after the jump.
Anyone looking forward to trying out the Street Fighter V beta that kicked off yesterday was most likely treated to more than a handful of connectivity issues. The beta launch didn't go so smoothly, to say the least, prompting Capcom to initiate a period of extended maintenance. Hit the jump for more.
Capcom revealed the first of Street Fighter V's new additions during EVO 2015. See the wild Necalli in action after the jump.
Capcom announced some big details for Street Fighter V during this weekend's EVO event, including its new approach to post-launch content. Street Fighter V's initial release will be the only disc you'll need to own, all balance and system adjustments will be available for free, and players will be able to earn all post-launch content, including characters, by playing the game. Read on for more
Not that anyone ever doubted his inclusion, but Capcom revealed Ken for Street Fighter V at San Diego Comic-Con. If you're actually at SDCC this week you can give Ken a spin at the Capcom booth (#215), while everyone else settles for checking out his new look in the trailer after the jump.
Capcom's Yoshinori Ono did a mix of revealing and teasing in the latest Street Fighter V video, which reveals the fighter's Brazil stage. Who resides in Brazil? Well, Ono is dressed as Blanka, but we'll have to wait for more to be shown at the Brazil Game Show this October. Hit the jump for more.
In an attempt to clear up some of the confusion surrounding the Street Fighter V beta, Capcom detailed the various ways players will be able to access and try out the latest entry. The beta kicks off first for PlayStation 4 players on July 23, with the PC beta set for fall. Hit the jump for more.
Capcom has a solid look at Street Fighter V gameplay in the latest trailer, which introduces the characters revealed thus far before digging into the Variable System. See how the new mechanics work after the jump.