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Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Launch Trailer Released

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Launch Trailer Released - News

by William D'Angelo , posted 5 days ago / 913 Views

Capcom has released the launch trailer for Street Fighter V: Champion Edition. It will launch for the PlayStation 4 on February 14 for $29.99. However, it is available now for the PS4 via the PlayStation Store and Windows PC via Steam by purchasing an "Upgrade Kit" for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition for $24.99.

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition includes all content from both Street Fighter V and Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, except for the Fighting Chance costumes, brand collaboration costumes, and Capcom Pro Tour DLC. The game includes 40 characters, 34 stages, and over 200 costumes.

The game also includes new V-Skills and balance updates that will "add new gameplay improvements and more depth to the combat system."

View the launch trailer below:


Here is an overview of the game:

Rule the ring with Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, the most robust version of the acclaimed fighting game! This all-new knockout edition includes all content (excluding Fighting Chance costumes, brand collaboration costumes and Capcom Pro Tour DLC) from both Street Fighter V and Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition and adds each character, stage and costume that released after Arcade Edition and will release with Champion Edition. In total: 40 characters, 34 stages and over 200 costumes!

Fighters can battle their way through a variety of exciting single-player and multi-player modes designed for players of all skill levels, including Story Mode, Arcade Mode, Team Battle, Ranked Match, Casual Match and more. In addition to the main game and the included characters, stages and costumes, new V-Skills for each character and a balance update will be released, adding new gameplay improvements and more depth to the combat system. READY? FIGHT!


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8 Comments

Cerebralbore101 (4 days ago)

So, is SFV actually good now, or is it still some crazy MTX, Commercials in it, shell of the franchises former glory days? Honest question here.


Mr Puggsly (4 days ago)

I would argue this Championship version is a good buy. Tons of content at a good price.

Ultra SFIV still arguably better though. Might come down to personal preferences.


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Mr Puggsly (4 days ago)

As far as I am aware this update didn't add content but its a 20GB patch. The amount of patches this game has had since launch is one of my biggest complaints. Also, none of them address the excessive load times.


Signalstar (5 days ago)

This is what the game should have been in the first place.


Zenos (5 days ago)

No, thanks, Crapcom. This game is a mess and another non-complete edition won't change that.


Mr Puggsly (4 days ago)

As someone who has been extremely critical of SFV, I am actually pretty happy with this iteration. Much like Destiny, it just took years before it became something I could really recommend.


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Zenos (4 days ago)

Well, it is still a censored product with tons of DLC and a slower gameplay. Not sure if they removed the in-game ads or not.


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Mr Puggsly (4 days ago)

Well those long load times certainly hurt the pacing of the experience, a real problem with numerous fighting games this gen. There are annoying ads during the vs screen, but that simply occurs during a long load time.


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