If you’ve been out on the streets picking fights all because it’s been 8 years since the last major Street Fighter release – the time to end that silliness is here. Street Fighter V – after months in beta – is finally set to hit our shores Feb 16, announced Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia today.
The fighting game will be released for PlayStation 4 and PC (too bad, Xbox One owners). While PC gamers will have most of the vanilla options like Steam, PS4 gamers in Singapore will have three options to choose from when buying the game.
First, there’s the regular version, priced at S$74.90, and there’s the S$71.90 digital edition (which comes with the SFV Asian original theme). But if you’re a proper fan of the series, you’ll be wanting to get this – the Street Fighter V Special Shoryuken Edition.
Priced at S$89.90, the special edition contains the Asian original command lists for the 16 launch characters, limited-edition product codes and the original steelbook, which was designed for the European release.
Street Fighter V will feature characters both new and old, and comes with a new battle system and also allows players from the various platforms to play against each other.
If that’s not enough for you, you can also get your hands on a collectible PS Plus 12-month membership card featuring Ryu. It’ll be available from Feb 19 at S$43.90.
Street Fighter V can also be pre-ordered on Steam at S$80, and on CDKeyPlus for S$75.80. The release date is set for Feb 17, in case you have to be first to play.