I spent countless hours suffering defeat after defeat at the hands of end boss M. Bison, who called the Thailand Stage home despite being head of the nebulous Shadaloo. The stage will be available April 25 for $3.99 United States dollars, or 70,000 of Street Fighter V's in-game currency, Fight Money.
According to the official Capcom blog, Capcom Unity, Street Fighter V players can grab the new DLC starting April 25. The stage's intricate bell and statues have been recreated as well as the stage's memorable (because it's etched onto my brain) theme. It should give players a better idea of what to expect from these changes, though some fans of the PC version have already passed along some notes.
Veteran fighting game fans who are now enjoying Capcom's Street Fighter 5 on PC and PlayStation 4 will surely be happy to learn that the developer is set to add the classic Thailand stage from Street Fighter 2 into the fifth installment in the franchise as premium DLC.
The stage will be available to purchase on April 25 (later that day, or April 26 NZ) for $3.99 United States dollars.
"Keeping with the atmosphere of her origin, Chun-Li's costume represents her as an Honor Roll student". Ryu's costume is based on a stereotypical Japanese Bancho, wearing a coat that depicts a face-off between a Dragon and a Tiger.
"As you can see, Juri really pulls off the black lipstick and nails". Each costume is priced at $3.99 / ￥400 / €3.99 and will be available on the 25th of April.