Street Fighter V News
The world tournament of fighting games is upon us.
A much-awaited sumo returns, as well as two Final Fighters.
Street Fighter will be a little bit earlier this year.
A huge turnout for Ultimate's debut year.
With Mortal Kombat 11 right around the corner, Capcom makes its fighter free.
Earn rare skins through the magic of fortune-telling! It makes more sense in context.
A new original character joins to the Street Fighter universe.
Thunder from down under.
A new character poll ends up with a very weird Top 10.
Crossover costumes are the focus of Arcade Edition's new Extra Battle mode.
A trio of classic fighters return just in time for Arcade Edition.
Years later, Street Fighter 5 may get its own Arcade mode.
October sees a new stage and a whole host of costumes for Street Fighter 5.
Tournament organizers announce the games headlining Evo Japan.
Smoother online functions should help when testing out the new character and stages.
The fighting styles of M.Bison and Balrog meet in the next DLC character.
We already knew Street Fighter V wasn't making an appearance, but the final game of the pre-tourney is interesting.
Capcom has finally taken the wraps off the next fighter for SFV.
The kindly lady who revived Charlie Nash is likely going to be the next SF5 character release.
The raging demon joins the cast of Street Fighter V, just in time for the holidays.
The master of the Satsui no Hado is coming back to Street Fighter with a new 'do.
The off-kilter Taewkondo master returns next week.
At an EVO 2016 panel, Capcom has announced nostalgic DLC and downloads that will support the Capcom Pro Tour.
The Story Mode update is coming in July with an additional character.
A story mode, all-new daily challenges, and in-game currency changes are part of SFV's biggest update yet.
Capcom's flagship fighter is suffering a bit, but the publisher hopes to rally in the second half of the year.
Street Fighter V had a rough start, but the next character is on his way alongside a new patch.
Street Fighter V is light on content, but that doesn't seem to be a problem for the fighting game community.
It's hard out on those streets. Capcom's new start for Street Fighter is plagued by network issues.
EVO moves on to Street Fighter V and adds Pokken Tournament to its marquee line-up.
The maligned camera edits and animation changes in SFV's last beta phase were made to reach more casual users.