Just like the last two years, Capcom has announced a special bundle that coincides with the Capcom Pro Tour 2018.
This years bundle will include;
Capcom Pro Tour Costumes
Capcom Pro Tour 2018 Costume: Akuma – $5.99/€5.99/£4.99
Capcom Pro Tour 2018 Costume: Sakura – $5.99/€5.99/£4.99
Capcom Pro Tour 2018 Costume: Champion’s Choice Costume – $5.99/€5.99/£4.99
Capcom Pro Tour Stage
CPT Stage – $9.99/€9.99/£7.99
Capcom Pro Tour Bundle
Capcom Pro Tour 2018 Premier Pass – $19.99/€19.99/£15.99
- Capcom Pro Tour 2018 Costume: Akuma
- Capcom Pro Tour 2018 Costume: Sakura
- Capcom Pro Tour 2018 Costume: Champion’s Choice Costume
- Capcom Pro Tour 2018 Stage
The following items are available with the CPT 2018 Premier Pass only:
- Exclusive CPT-themed color option for all characters (includes Season 1, 2, and 3 DLC)
- 5 Exclusive Titles
- 2 Exclusive Fighter Profile Themes
- Access to Exclusive Special Targets
- A bonus of 5,000 Fight Money
On April 3rd, the Akuma and Sakura costumes will be available while the new stage and Birdie’s Costume will be coming out later.
Anyone who purchases the bundle will also instantly receive 5,000 fm and access to monthly exclusive special challenges which will add up to 65,000 fm in total at the end of the year.
Hit the jump to see some preview images.
Capcom has recently released the character introduction video for the classic Street Fighter Blanka. It is pretty cool to see another original World Warrior back in SF5 and Blanka is looking as feral as ever.
One thing that had always interested me about Laura, a brazilian fighter who also uses electricity, was her relationship, if any, to Blanka. The main reason being to find a reason why and/or how Blanka emits electricity. I have always had this question on my mind since I first played Street Fighter and I think I just got a little closer.
Hit the jump to see the full video and my theory about Blanka and Laura’s electricity.
Capcom has just announced that the classic green warrior will be coming the the game on February 20th. Check out the gameplay trailer below.
Check out his V-system by hitting the jump.
The first major update to Street Fighter V launched on January 16th, 2018, ushering in Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.
Unlike previous updates to the game, this one adds in enough new features to consider Street Fighter V as worthy of its first extended title. It is an extremely common practice in Street Fighter’s 30+ years of history to re-release titles after a large update.
SFV has quite the way to go if it wants to catch up to SFII though
With the amount of new things added into the game, from major features like the arcade mode to gameplay balance changes, there can be a lot to digest.
And this is what this post is for. To put all the features of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition in one convenient place.
Hit the jump and see!
Capcom’s blog recently announced that Sakura will be having a free trial week upon her release on January 16th.
Players who do use Sakura during this time period should note the message below.
Any EXP and Fight Money you earn with Sakura during this time will disappear on January 23 when the free period ends. However, if you purchase Sakura any time afterwards, the earned EXP and Fight Money will automatically be credited towards your account. If you purchase the Season 3 Character Pass during this free period, the EXP and Fight Money will not disappear. Sakura will be purchasable individually after the trial ends.
This is not the first time Capcom has done this with new DLC characters for Street Fighter V. For reasons unknown, Capcom decided to stop the trial weeks after Alex and Guile were released for the game. It seems that Capcom has decided that to bring back the feature and I am super glad that they are.
Hit the jump to see why.
With just one week remaining until the biggest update Street Fighter V has gotten since it launched in February of 2016, Capcom decided to allow players a look at the upcoming gameplay balance changes.
There are also a few other small additions to the game that Capcom has detailed in their latest blog post.
I will be listing all the changes in this post and will also have a post in the near future that will dissect some of these changes so newer players can understand what this update means for Street Fighter V moving forward.
Hit the jump to see all the new gameplay changes and other features announced for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.
Another new mode has been announced for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. This newest mode is called Team Versus Mode.
The new mode is an offline mode that will allow teams of up to five to play against each other. The mode can be played with or without CPUs.
Hit the jump for more details.