Capcom announces 'various improvements' are on the way for Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection

No specifics yet, but there appears to be an update in the works

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • June 8, 2018 at 6:34 p.m. PDT

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection has been out just over a week now, and it appears that work on a patch to fix some of its issues is already underway.

Capcom announced via their Street Fighter Twitter account that they are currently working on 'various improvements' to the title and that is more "detailed information coming soon."

A large amount of the criticism raised for the collection of 12 Street Fighter titles relates to issues with the online mode's overall lack of options and bugs.

Currently, a bug exists in the collection's lobby system that prevents some players from readying up and starting their matches. There also are not options to filter online matches by connection strength or any parameters at this time making online play feel like luck-of-the-draw to some.

In our review for the anniversary collection, we also note that there are no options for double-blind character selection or for banning Akuma Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo online.

You can check out Capcom's full statement below, and let us know what you'd like to see in the patch in the comments section after the jump.


Click images for Capcom's statement

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