Urien officially released for Street Fighter 5

Posted by Steven 'Dreamking23' Chavez • September 22, 2016 at 7:07 p.m. PDT

Street Fighter 5's latest update is now officially live. The September update brings with it a slew of new content and additions for players to enjoy.


First and foremost, Urien is now available as a playable character. He can be purchased for 100,000 Fight Money or $5.99 USD / €5.99 / £4.99 real currency, and at no extra charge to anyone who purchased the season pass.

This update also implements new stage KOs / transitions, .Daily challenges and Versus CPU, bug fixes, and more. For a full breakdown of the September update, click here. Necalli's Japanese Warlord costume is also available now, and can be obtained by purchasing the Capcom Pro Tour DLC bundle.

We here at EventHubs will be adding Urien's complete combo trials and story mode playthrough shortly, so stay tuned.

You can check out some hi-res screenshots of Street Fighter 5's Urien in action below.

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This week's Daily Challenges


• Use a V-Skill 10 times: 100FM
• Fight in a Ranked Match: 1,000FM
• Clear Cinematic Story Mode: 500FM
• “Sakura’s important Errand”: 5,000FM
Some PC players are experiencing issues when trying to access Street Fighter 5 post-updated. Here is an excerpt from the latest Capcom Unity blog with instructions on how to fix.

"Add StreetFighterV.exe to the antivirus exception list.
Add StreetFighterV.exe to the Data Execution Prevention (DEP) exception. More info on DEP here[www.softwareok.com].

If you receive the "You cannot turn off DEP for this program" error message, temporarily disable DEP altogether to validate if it’s DEP that’s preventing the game from launching.

If the game still fails to launch after disabling DEP, the problem lies elsewhere such as the aforementioned antivirus software false-positive situation. Turn on DEP again and continue troubleshooting."

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