'Street Fighter V' Latest News & Update: Urien Soon To Come Forth! Patch Notes, New Modes Detailed
"Street Fighter V" has promised an update coming to fans soon, and now, the day has finally arrived. Despite the 10-hour offline window required before the said update comes up, fans are to welcome a world of features that will ultimately make the game even better.
Capcom's fifth installment "Street Fighter V" has become a household name for the past number of months since its release. The momentum may not be coming to a halt as a new update welcomes heaps of fixes, new functions and another character to the roster.
PlayStation Lifestyle reported that "Street Fighter V" now welcomes the Vice President of the Illuminati, Urien, into the mix. The particular character can alleged be purchased with Fight Money, as well as the PlayStation store or Steam, whereas the Season Pass owners will immediately be able to go up against the character once the update occurs.
The update for "Street Fighter V" also includes the Daily Targets, which permits players to earn extra Fight Money for purchasing additional content. A ranked match will permit the players to earn 1,000 Fight money, whereas an additional 500 will be given to training mode.
As per News Everyday, the Versus CPU Function for "Street Fighter V" is one more feat to be aware of. Players will now be able to square off with the artificial intelligence opposition with a diversity in the difficulty before getting into an actual human challenge or online with other players.
Colors, costumes are also expected to befall the "Street Fighter V" update, especially for the Season Pass holders. Color bundles, in the same manner will be made purchasable with Fight Money, via Steam and the PlayStation stores respectively.
Lastly, bug fixes for the likes of Juri, Ibuki and Dhalsim were noted for "Street Fighter V." Birdie is also no exception for the update. As far as the fans are concerned, more are expected to land on their laps for the said update as it goes live in a few hours.
"Street Fighter V" is a cross-platform entry to the long-running Capcom franchise. Stay posted for more news and updates here at Gamenguide.