Street Fighter V

Free Street Fighter V Story Add-On Will Bridge The Gap Between Two Previous Games
by Mike Futter on Jan 25, 2016 at 04:30 AM
Publisher: Capcom
Developer: Capcom
Rating: Teen
Platform: PlayStation 4, PC

Street Fighter V is still a few weeks away, but Capcom is already discussing some of the post-launch plans. The publisher is leading with news of a free add-on that will be landing in June.

When Street Fighter V launches, players will be able to experience character-specific stories. The cinematic story expansion coming later will bridge the gap between Street Fighter III and IV. The concept appears to be similar to how NetherRealm approaches Mortal Kombat’s story mode.

Capcom also indicated that the in-game store will not launch until March with the first content drop. The publisher is giving players enough time to earn fight money first. The in-game store will offer items redeemable with earned currency or real money currency (Zenny).

The final Street Fighter V beta has also been dated. If you pre-ordered, you can dive in on January 30 and 31.

Street Fighter V will be out of PlayStation 4 and PC on February 16. Interested in diving deeper? We have an interview with franchise lead Yoshinori Ono, during which he discusses the series and the upcoming game. The new images below reflect both the character stories in the core game and the upcoming expansion.