Releasing in May 2018, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection includes 12 of the series’ games, including classics like Super Street Fighter II: Turbo and Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. The full list is below.
- Street Fighter
- Street Fighter II
- Street Fighter II: Champion Edition
- Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting
- Super Street Fighter II
- Super Street Fighter II: Turbo
- Street Fighter Alpha
- Street Fighter Alpha 2
- Street Fighter Alpha 3
- Street Fighter III
- Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact
- Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike
Of the 12 included games, four offer online play — Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter II: Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha 3, and Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. In addition to leaderboards and the option to face an A.I. opponent while waiting to fight a player, the multiplayer modes will also feature “rewind” technology to allow for lower-latency matches.
Keeping with the system used by Nintendo’s NES Classic and SNES Classic systems, the collection will also include save states for single-player modes, so you won’t have to keep your console running at all hours of the day in order to preserve your progress. The collection also features a music player, as well as character biographies, an interactive timeline, and a museum with concept art and even pitch documents.
Additionally, Street Fighter V will be beefing up its roster with six more characters during “season 3” in 2018. These include new characters Falke and G alongside returning veterans Cody, Blanka, Sakura, and Sagat.
On Sunday night, December 10, Saul “MenaRD” Mena took home the top prize in the Street Fighter V Capcom Cup, held during the PlayStation Experience event. Mena had to defeat Hajime “Tokido” Taniguchi, who had previously won the Street Fighter V tournament at Evolution 2017. He was rewarded with $250,000 for his victory.
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Street Fighter V is now available for PlayStation 4 and PC.
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