'Street Fighter V' Support Until 2020: Yoshinori Ono States Capcom Supports The Game Until 2020

By Switchy Sam , Updated Nov 26, 2016 05:00 AM EST

Most releases of Street Fighter V are DLCs, which costs a lot of money to buy sets of fighters. These bothered players that played the previous versions of Street Fighter because most characters before were alright and not "for sale".

This DLC mayhem may be the downfall of the said game because of the obvious scheme behind it----sell the game, but separate some of the precious contents. Yoshinori Ono and Tomoaki Ayano states that "Street Fighter V" may be supported until 2020 arrives. During those four years of support, it is expected that the game will go tremendous changes through the years with the support from Capcom, should the support be approved.

Will the game return to its old glory again?

"Street Fighter V" is eligible for e-sports. However, the lack of polishing in some parts of the game makes it one step behind the goal. Yoshinori Ono told Famitsu, a well-known Japanese magazine, about the next plans for another fighting game other than Street Fighter V but only mentioned about the advancements that can still be done for the said game to be enjoyed by everyone as both entertainment set and for e-sports, stated in a report from VG247. Players are starting are slowly getting pissed of all the DLC that needs to be paid in order to grant access to previous characters that were available before.

The wait begins either for a new game or a great change

Furthermore, the plans for advancing "Street Fighter V" is expected to have versus CPU feature with ranging difficulties. Although Ono was being vague about his answer to the interview, players and fans still do not have leads to what the true purpose of the game will be in the future.

Will it be a new game? Will it have new characters? Will most of the characters be DLC? Hopefully, not. People await for the announcements regarding the said game.

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