Street Fighter V developed by Capcom, Epic Games and Sony Computer Entertainment... This is the reason why that game will be released only on PS4 and PC. Muhammadrizkya 20:14, December 21, 2014 (UTC)
Street Fighter V is also coming to Linux, source: http://www.capcom-unity.com/street_fighter/blog/2015/12/17/announcing-steam-os-support-for-sfv
Please add Valve as an co-developer and change the platforms to Playstation 4, Windows, Linux for clarity.22.214.171.124 22:20, February 21, 2016 (UTC)
Unconfirmed rumors Edit
Unconfirmed rumors of SFV details which comes from Youtube user Ken Bogard (in a video which is now been set to private).
- Release date is 2016, before the end of the fiscal year.
- Time and Weather effects in stages.
- The new mechanic is named V-Trigger : You can change your stance.
- 16 characters.
- No Super Street Fighter 2X + EX (updates kinda like League of Legends or Killer Instinct).
- A story mode that will be "very good".
- The PC version was made mostly because they want to bring SFV to Latin America, South Asia, Africa.
I know these are just rumors and the credibility of this Ken Bogard can always be questioned but its worth noting that he was the one who confirmed the use of the Unreal Engine 4 the day before it was officially announced as well as revealing the PS4 console exclusivity part and the Street Fighter announcement date weeks in advance which is the only reason I posted these rumors here. Still, take it with a huge grain of salt.--126.96.36.199 09:41, December 22, 2014 (UTC)
That 16 characters thing is a lie. Ken Bogard himself deconfirmed it to a certain extent after a YouTuber asked about it.
Sizzle 01:09, August 14, 2015 (UTC) The Panda
I beleive SFV wont have supers from SFIII or any other game for that matter. Firstly, Ryu's Shinku Hadouken (真空波動拳) and Chun-Li's Senretsukyaku (千裂脚), which are usually used as their Supers, were used as their Ultras. Also, their (what used to be) Super meters are now used for the "power-ups' (Electricity for Ryu and Water for Chun-Li). on the topic of the Denjin Hadouken seen in the trailer, i beleive it is a "powered-up'/electrified version of the Shinku Hadouken. —Preceding unsigned comment added by RealDeathCo. (talk • contribs)
Doubtful IMO - Street Fighter X Tekken used the Ultra Combo camera effects with its Super Arts, including Chun-Li. As for the Shinku/Denjin note, I'll look into that. -- Lord G. matters. Talk to me. 02:45, January 6, 2015 (UTC)
If only the announcement trailer existed, you would be correct. However, there is a live match between, who i think is, Combofiend and Daigo. In this match, the revenge gauge is depleted when Ryu uses a Shinku Hadouken or when Chun-Li uses a Senretsukyaku, which rises the probability of them being Ultras by a LOT. Also, Chun-Li uses a 'powered-up'/water-ified Senretsukyaku, which confirms the use of 'powered-up' Ultras. —Preceding unsigned comment added by RealDeathCo. (talk • contribs)
Works for me - though I can't say for sure whether or not they'll leave out any SFIII moves yet. At any rate, you (or anyone reading this) can probably go ahead and correct the relevant details about the Denjin Hadoken in the articles it's mentioned (if it hasn't been already). -- Lord G. matters. Talk to me. 22:47, January 7, 2015 (UTC)
I would love to see ALL the characters from the first game up to Ultra Street Fighter IV including the Alpha series, Street Fighter EX (series) and The Movie. Natedawg921 (talk) 20:37, May 7, 2015 (UTC)
Official Move Set Edit
Official Move Set can be found here: http://shoryuken.com/2015/06/11/going-hands-on-with-street-fighter-v-versatility-has-its-v-benefits/ —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk • contribs)
Sorry but you forgot to post your link to the video, don't worry about it though, several of us (myself included) has watched it.--184.108.40.206 12:21, June 15, 2015 (UTC)
We need voice actors from a previous game alongside seiyuusEdit
I know that this fighting game doesn't have English voice actors yet, but Japanese seiyuus are available. Well then, here are some voice actors from the previous installment you want to know about, especially Birdie and Charlie because of determination I don't know.
- Ryu - Kyle Hebert
- Chun-Li - Laura Bailey
- Charlie Nash - Travis Willingham?
- M. Bison - Gerald C. Rivers
- Cammy White - Caitline Glass
- Birdie - Patrick Seitz?
I'm pretty sure that the character shown at the end of Ken's trailer in Master Bison style is actually Akuma and not a new character. By the time of Street Fighter V, Akuma would look quite similar, if not exactly like, to the character we saw revealed. I would've put it in the article however I did not wish to start an editing war. —Preceding unsigned comment added by RealDeathCo. (talk • contribs)
Do we know what Necalli's actual nationality? Because I know he's supposedly based off an Aztec warrior. I'm thinking either American or Mexican. Does anyone know for sure?
Sizzle 01:08, August 14, 2015 (UTC) The Panda
The Gameplay and Features section reads as follows:
The overall gameplay appears to be toned down from Street Fighter IV: attack animations appear a bit more slower, and the character art and models are redesigned to feel more realistic. Revenge Gauges and possible Super Arts were features originally shown at the Capcom Cup; the latter appears to have been scrapped, while the Super Art appears to have been retooled in the form of the Critical Art.
Using latter in that context suggests that the Super Arts appear to have both been scrapped and retooled into the Critical Arts, which doesn't make much sense. If the "latter" is meant to refer to the Revenge Gauges, then it should be changed to the former, or else the "while the Super Arts" should be changed to "and" to avoid confusion and redundancy. Arawn 999 (talk) 17:54, August 27, 2015 (UTC)
Also, "a bit more slower" is not correct grammar. Either one must write more slowly or else slower. It is not correct to use both the adjective form slower and the superlative qualifier more. For supporting citation, see The Survey of English Usage page on Adverbs 'Mavaddat (talk) 23:35, September 8, 2015 (UTC)
Collector’s Edition and Pre-order Costumes Edit
Just wanted to show the Collector’s Edition and Pre-order Costumes for NA. The Collector’s Edition will include:
- SFV game disc.
- 10 inch, fully painted Ryu statue.
- 48p hardcover artbook.
- Code Cards for additional downloadable content.
- SFV Soundtrack Sampler.
As for the costumes, depending on which North American retailer players pre-order (applies to all previous and future pre-orders) at, they will receive an exclusive alternate costume at launch for one of four characters, Ryu, Cammy, M. Bison and Chun-Li.--220.127.116.11 07:03, September 3, 2015 (UTC)
More info on the Japanese Collector's Edition. Street Fighter V Valuable Edition will a vital box for the game drawn by Bengus, the official art book, Street Fighter V: Visionary Book, which includes a short story manga by Masahiko Nakahira and "Shadaloo Fighter Research DVD", a DVD tutorial for the game’s basics and combos for the characters as well as printed character command lists with more art by Bengus. Valuable Edition can be purchased exclusively through the game's E-Capcom shop for 11,999 Yen (around $100).--18.104.22.168 09:00, December 14, 2015 (UTC)
Karin's Debut Edit
Seriously? Leaked characters? Edit
Can someone please remove Armaxilump's false info in the Development section? (the one with the Sakura, Akuma, Gouken, Cody, Sagat and Optimus Prime bits. >_>')22.214.171.124 08:44, November 7, 2015 (UTC)
Op trailer and alternate costumes in action Edit
Here is the opening and the alternate costumes for Ryu, Chun-Li, Cammy and M. Bison seen in gameplay. Also, a new stage, similar to Small Airfield, can be seen in this trailer (between 1:27 and 1:40).--126.96.36.199 10:12, December 7, 2015 (UTC)
SF V Resurrection Edit
New stage Edit
Game modes trailer Edit
Arcade Mode Edit
When you will get the DLC Arcade Mode with no history similar of Tekken 6.-- Special:Contributions 02:40, March 30, 2016 (UTC)
No costume changes during Shadow Falls Story Mode Edit
It is said that Capcom recently announced an arcade version of the game, any official source on this? I know there is a link to EventHubs reporting this but their source is appearently just based off a tip from a random user from their website, so I don't find them reliable.--188.8.131.52 07:27, October 19, 2016 (UTC)
- There's a Twitch archive of the announcement linked on the EventHubs page, which should have it (haven't watched it in question, so I can't verify whether it's true or not, going to assume it is, though). Apparently it's not so much an arcade port as it is stations running the PC version of the game that will be placed in arcades. BubbleRevolution (talk) 14:41, October 19, 2016 (UTC)
Next season 2 DLC fighterEdit
Capcom Unity has confirmed that the next fighter in the second wave of DLC fighters will come this month and more details will be confirmed next week. Here is the link.--184.108.40.206 04:30, February 2, 2017 (UTC)
Rumor: 'Super' coming soonEdit
To the surprise of well, no one considering the games' history, a recent rumor states that a Super Street Fighter V is in development, but as a free major update instead of a standalone installment like previous times. Among returning (and new) features it will have an Arcade Mode. The remaining season two fighters are said to be Final Fight thug Abigial, new character Menat (that purple haired girl from Ed's story) and Guy's old teacher Zeku. The season three fighters are said to be Sagat, Sakura, Oro, C. Viper, Q, and Necro. Here is the link.220.127.116.11 13:17, June 10, 2017 (UTC)
Final DLC for Season 2 and some ideas for Season 3 DLC or updateEdit
Update: Zeku is already confirmed for a Season 2 DLC Fighters.
And now here's my ideas for Season 3 DLC fighters or game update (like Ultra Street Fighter IV). Most of mine are non-playable characters that never been playable since or returning playable characters.
Non-playable since their first appearances in each games.
- Candy (Rufus's girlfriend)
- Damnd/Trasher (One of the bosses from Final Fight)
- Edi E. (Corrupt policeman and one of the bosses from Final Fight)
- Effie (Necro's girlfriend from Street Fighter III)
- Geki (One of the non-playable fighters from the first Street Fighter)
- Go Hibiki (Dan's father)
- Hoimei (One of the characters who appeared in Yun's ending)
- Keith Wolfman (Delta Squad leader from Street Fighter II. He assisted by Lita Luwanda, Matthew McCoy, and George Ginzu which is similar to R. Mika)
- Mary (Chun-Li's friend who appeared in Chin-Li ni makase China)
- Mike Haggar (Since he appears in MVC3 and the latest MVC: Infinite as a playable crossover character, but he had never been playable in Street fighter games)
- Philippe (Clown ringmaster and one of the bosses from Final Fight 2)
- Reiko (Chun-Li's friend who appeared in Chin-Li ni makase China)
- Retsu (One of the non-playable fighters from the first Street Fighter)
- Shaomei (One of the characters who appeared in Yang's ending)
- Sheng Long (Ryu and Ken's master and a brother of Akuma who intended to be an April Fool's character)
NOTE: I removed Joe and Lee from my idea list since I did not include Mike because we already have Balrog and Ed already in the game.
Returning characters (Those aren't DLC, but they will be only featured if Capcom is making Super/Ultra Street Fighter V)
Returning from the spin-off games
- Sawada (He never been appeared in other street fighter games since he is last playable in SF: The Movie game)
- Shadaloo Monitor Cyborg (He never been appeared in other street fighter games since he is last playable in SF II: The Interactive Movie)
Returning from the pre-SFIV games
Returning since Ultra Street Fighter IV
- Cody Travers
- C. Viper
- Dan Hibiki
- Dee Jay
- E. Honda
- El Fuerte
- Hugo Andore
- T. Hawk
From other Capcom games
- Momotaru (With new look instead of the one from the SFV concept art)
- Batsu (Since Sakura made her crossover appearance in Rival Schools game)
If has a game that has too many characters in the roster, it will be like Mortal Kombat Armageddon..