Street Fighter 30th Anniversary's final retail version reportedly going to be packaged with training and standard versus modes

Many bugs are now intentionally part of the game; game speed is looking good

Posted by Justin 'AdaptiveTrigger' Gordon • March 17, 2018 at 8:31 a.m. PDT

Previously, we reported on Maximilian's impressions on the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. It might have been a little concerning to hear that the game might not be packaged with a training mode of any sort.

This viewing of the collection gave off the perception that this was likely an unfinished build of the upcoming title. Booting up the game would just launch you straight into the gameplay, similar to the arcade versions.

There did not appear to be a menu with game options. By that point, it wasn't possible to access a standard versus mode.

Luckily, there's some good news for those that have had some concerns about these details. The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is apparently playable at Final Round 2018.

James Chen on Twitter has reported that it was confirmed to him (most likely by a Capcom representative) that standard training and versus modes will be packaged with this collection. The build that is currently available at Final Round is not the final version.

He also reports that a number of classic bugs are still in the game, but the game freezing ones will be removed for the sake of online play. Apparently, the game's speed is also perfectly fine.


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