- Oct 25, 2017
Street Fighter V: Champion Edition
Available February 14th, 2020 on PS4 and Steam
$29.99 MSRP / $24.99 upgrade kit for current SFV owners
Rule the ring with Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, the most robust version of the acclaimed fighting game! This new version includes all content (excluding Fighting Chance costumes, brand collaboration costumes and Capcom Pro Tour DLC) from both the original release and Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. Champion Edition adds each character, stage and other content that released after Arcade Edition and with the release of this new version.
In total: 40 characters, 34 stages, over 200 costumes – all action-packed into one knockout edition!
All game mode additions and balance updates are free for owners of any Street Fighter V version.
You can see all character data and their movelists at the Capcom Fighting Network website
Cinematic Story (free separate download on PS4/Steam store)
Online Tournament (currently in beta)
Capcom Esports will have a full slate in 2020, including the Capcom Pro Tour, (CPT) Intel World Open (IWO) and Street Fighter League (SFL). Given how busy the calendar year will be, the CPT will have a revised structure and schedule to accommodate competitors.
The CPT will continue to use a leaderboard to determine Capcom Cup 2020 qualifiers. The season will be split in halves, with points resetting after the first half. More on that later. Competitors and fans will notice the schedule is more condensed. There will be 14 Premier Events and 18 Ranking Events in 2020.
World Warriors Challenge
Another big addition to the CPT 2020 is the World Warriors Challenge. You’ll notice that Regional Finals Events from the past are no longer a part of the CPT. Instead, what we’ve done is created a competition within the CPT designed to reach more regions around the globe, and potentially create grassroots communities in less active regions.
Street Fighter V Joins Intel World Open Tournament Series
Intel, a leader in gaming technology, announced the Intel World Open tournament that will take place in Tokyo ahead of the Olympic Summer Games next year to showcase the excitement and influence of esports.
Intel will host the Intel World Open in the lead up to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, featuring Street Fighter V.
The Road to Tokyo 2020
About the Tournament: The Intel World Open will kick off with online qualifiers in early 2020, where any player, at any level can compete for a chance to join their national team. A live qualifier event in Katowice, Poland in June will determine which teams will advance to the championship esports tournament in Tokyo from July 22 – 24, leading into the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Final Event in Tokyo: The live finals in Tokyo will host fans at the Zepp DiverCity venue located in the central Olympic Games area. Champions representing their nation will be crowned in two different tournaments featuring leading esports titles, Street Fighter V and Rocket League.
Prize Pool: The total prize pool for Street Fighter V is $250,000.
Visit the website for more details: https://iwo.streetfighterleague.com
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