To mark the 30th anniversary of the Street Fighter series, Capcom has announced a massive compilation of Street Fighter games is on its way to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. Players will be able to duke it out against the CPU while they wait for friends to challenge them in online battles. Fire up II, II Turbo, Alpha 3 or III 3rd Strike and you won't have to gather rivals in the same room to show off your Ryu or Sakura skills. These four games will have both ranked and casual matches, and will feature lobbies as well as leaderboards. Players can also enjoy their favorite Street Fighter music with the Music Player feature.
This year, the 30th anniversary of Street Fighter was celebrated and Capcom did not want to stay without celebrating one of its star franchises. You can even view each character's sprites and animations in each title! Finally, it will have an "interactive timeline" in which you can see the evolution of Street Fighter in its 30-year history.
Museum - Bask in the nostalgic feels of Street Fighter in the Museum, a collection of stunning concept art, pitch documents, and little-known facts behind each game's release.
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Save States - Don't worry about abandoning the fight in single-player modes!
According to the official announcement, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is a package that includes a collection of 12 installments that debuted before the launch of Street Fighter IV.