Street Fighter 5 got a surprise new character earlier this week - and combo masters are already doing incredible things with him.
Capcom has released a new character for Street Fighter 5 - and he's basically Evil Ryu.
In-game advertisements hit Street Fighter 5 next week, Capcom has announced.
The career of legendary 33-year-old South Korean fighting game pro Lee Seon-woo, better known as Infiltration, appears to be in tatters after he was kicked off his esports team following a domestic abuse investigation.
One of the most famous fighting game players in the world is on the brink of seeing his career left in tatters after he was accused of disturbing domestic violence.
Capcom has announced new Darkstalkers costumes for Street Fighter 5.
Capcom's released the first gameplay of Blanka in Street Fighter 5. He's available to download from 20th February.
Street Fighter 5 Arcade Edition is what Street Fighter 5 should have been when it launched back in February 2016: a fun, easy-to-get-into but hard to master fighting game that is, crucially, feature complete.
Here's what Arcade Edition, which is a free update for existing Street Fighter 5 owners or a game you can buy outright, does - or has - at launch that vanilla Street Fighter 5 did not: an arcade mode, online play that works, fun modes for single-player fans, a gallery of awesome artwork and a cool team battle mode. All this stuff should have been in Street Fighter 5 when it first came out (that it has taken nearly two years for Street Fighter 5 to get an arcade mode borders on the criminal). But now Arcade Edition is here, it's hard to deny Street Fighter 5 has finally realised its potential.
It's worth digging into the new arcade mode, because there's a lot more to it than you'd expect. Capcom has created various "paths" through which you can play against the computer, each themed around a different Street Fighter game. One is based on the first Street Fighter, and only features characters that appeared in the 1987 arcade game (Zeku represents Geki). The Street Fighter 2 path includes a barrel-breaking bonus stage, as Street Fighter 2 did back in 1991. There are also paths for Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter 3, Street Fighter 4 and Street Fighter 5. The remixed music is fantastic and the nostalgia costumes look great. When you complete one of the paths, you unlock a cool character ending image as well as a custom illustration (some of which are truly beautiful).
Capcom has announced all six DLC characters coming to fighting game Street Fighter 5 in 2018.