Capcom reveals update for Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection coming October 23rd

Posted by John 'Velociraptor' Guerrero • October 19, 2018 at 10:50 a.m. PDT

Capcom just announced that they'll be rolling out changes for Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection in just a few days' time.

The update consists mainly of interface, online and quality of life fixes, as well as some Training Mode improvements. It does not appear as though any direct gameplay changes are to be implemented.

We'll be getting this on October 23rd across all platforms including Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows, though the latter is not directly mentioned in the change log.

Read on to see the full list of changes.

Nintendo Switch:

Online Improvements:

• Improving online capabilities and ability to host lobbies
• Friends between the Japanese and international versions can locate one another’s lobbies
• General fixes

Localization Fixes:

• Updated Japanese strings
• Corrections to Korean Photosensitivity Warning

Training Mode Improvements: Multiple fixes have been made to improve dummy behavior.

Audio Improvements: Stereo playback improvements for Street Fighter III titles.

Museum Updates: Text and asset corrections have been applied.

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One:

Online Improvements:

• General Fixes

Localization Fixes:

• Updated Japanese strings
• Corrections to Korean Photo-sensitivity Warning

Training Mode Improvements: Multiple fixes have been made to improve dummy behavior.

Audio Improvements: Stereo playback improvements for Street Fighter 3 titles.

Museum Updates: Text and asset corrections have been applied.

Please note you will need internet connection to download this patch on October 23.

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