Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Set For May 29, 2018 Release

Last year Capcom announced the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary collection and for those who are interested in checking it out, Capcom has since confirmed that the game will be released on the 29th of May and that pre-orders have already begun. There will also be pre-order bonuses for gamers that pre-order the game before it is released.

For PC, PS4, or Xbox One gamers, pre-ordering the collection will see a free digital copy of Ultra Street Fighter 4 thrown in. However this will not be the case for Nintendo Switch and will instead be getting an exclusive recreation of Super Street Fighter 2: The Tournament Battle. This will recreate the arcade experience where four Switch systems and eight controllers can be used to create a tournament.

Each winner and loser will be placed in their respective brackets and will take turns duking it out with each other until the last gamer standing. The collection will feature 12 Street Fighter titles which includes, Street Fighter, Street Fighter 2, Street Fighter 2: Champion Edition, Street Fighter 2: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter 2, Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Street Fighter 3, Street Fighter 3: 2nd Impact, and Street Fighter 3: Third Strike.

There will also be support for online play for some of the titles, so if you’re a fan of the Street Fighter franchise, this collection could be worth checking out.

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