'Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition' coming next year with new features

'Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition' coming next year with new features

'Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition' coming next year with new features

Capcom's Street Fighter V is finally getting an arcade mode, according to an apparently premature product listing on Amazon.

The game is being released exclusively for PlayStation 4 and PC on January 16, 2018. It's very possible Capcom will release a free update to existing owners to bring everyone under the new Arcade Edition umbrella, while at the same time enjoying a new soft launch for the new retail version. As for the stand-alone version, it will include all DLC characters from the first two seasons and it will carry a $39.99 price tag. Those who don't now have Street Fighter V can purchase Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition for $39.99, and it will include everything we mentioned above.

Street Fighter 5 has had a rough time ever since it came out, so here's hoping that Arcade Edition can manage to both placate the veterans and draw in some healthy new competition. Other than that, the title gets a completely redesigned user interface and a new gallery of illustrations. If they complete all four challenges every month then they will receive a special premium costume that's exclusive to this mode.

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These changes might have a big impact on how Street Fighter V is played. After struggling at launch due to server issues and a perceived lack of content, Capcom has instead stuck by the game and continued to add more and evolve the experience through updates. They already leaked the existence of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition last month, and have now made things even worse by revealing all the game's features. 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.

The Arcade Mode will allow players to choose six different paths in it, and each will have their own unique endings.

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