"Street Fighter V" Collector's Edition Announced for North America

Fighting game also gets some retailer-exclusive alternate costumes

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.

 

First, though, here's GameStop's Battle Costume Ryu:

 

Best Buy's Battle Costume Cammy:

 

Amazon's Battle Costume M. Bison:

 

And PlayStation Store/PC Digital's Battle Costume Chun-Li:

 

The Collector's Edition, pictured below, will be priced at $99.99.

 

 

Contents:

  • SFV game disc
    • The standard SFV game disc and case is included in every Collector’s Edition.
  • 10 inch, fully painted Ryu statue
    • Meticulously articulated and commanding in stature, the sculpture depicts Ryu preparing for his next battle. The Collector’s Edition packaging is specially windowed as well so that you can see the top half of the statue from the outside.
  • 48p hardcover artbook
    • Jam-packed with design sketches and other behind-the-scenes materials that shed light behind the development process of the game.
  • Code Cards for additional downloadable content:
    • Udon Digital Street Fighter Comics
      • A collection of some of Udon’s finest work with the Street Fighter comic series.
      • SFV Soundtrack Sampler
        • Curated selection of some of the best tunes from the game.
        • Twitch One-Month Subscription to Capcom Fighters channel
          • This bonus is actually included with every standard copy of SFV, and gives a free one-month subscription to the Capcom Fighters channel on Twitch, which grants exclusive access to special Street Fighter chat emoticons, as well as video archive access.

 

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Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. His first mini-comic, SLIME, is now available. His blog can be found at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox.

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