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Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection

Capcom updated its list of list of “Platinum Titles” today, showing that a few more games have now reached one million copies sold. Okami HD, Mega Man 11, and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection have all hit that milestone (all platforms included).

As for Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, that moved another 100,000 copies the past fiscal period and is now at 3.3 million units worldwide. DuckTales Remastered sold another 200,000 copies and is at a total of 1.4 million.

You can see Capcom’s official Platinum Titles page here.

Capcom has announced that a new Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection update is set for next week. The patch is dropping on October 23, and will feature improvements to online, the Training Mode, audio, and more.

The full patch notes are as follows:

A new patch for Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection on Switch is out today, which includes improved matchmaking. We have the full rundown of the update below:

  • Akuma is no longer playable in Ranked Mode for Super Street Fighter II Turbo
  • Street Fighter III: New Generation and Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact – Giant Attack now output sound in stereo
  • Online matchmaking performance improvements to reduce lag
  • Various localization improvements

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Capcom reported its latest financial results today. The company had good news to share about some of its Switch titles – notably Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 + 2 and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. The former “performed strongly” while the latter “maintained robust sales thanks to a loyal fan base and strong brand capabilities.”

Capcom also referenced the release of Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version on Switch. However, it did not comment directly on the game’s performance.

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A while back, Capcom delayed Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection International, but we now know when it will be due out in Japan. The new release date is October 25, 2018, and will cost ¥5,389 for the retail version. The digital version is slightly less, at ¥4,860.

The new trailer can be viewed below:

Capcom has announced a new update for Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. Most platforms will have it tomorrow, but Switch players will have to wait a bit longer as Capcom wraps up work on it for Nintendo players.

As for what the update entails, Capcom promises improved matchmaking. Here’s the official note from the company:

To promote the launch of Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, Capcom is hosting a new retrospective series that highlights the different games included in the package. View the next video below, which focuses on Street Fighter III.

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is now available on Nintendo Switch. To celebrate the occasion, Capcom put together a launch trailer – watch it below:

The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection finally launches on Switch today. The folks over at Game Informer have uploaded a video of them playing it for 20 minutes. They go through a variety of games in the collection, including the very first Street Fighter, Street Fighter Alpha and Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike:

To promote this month’s launch of Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, Capcom is hosting a new retrospective series that highlights the different games included in the package. View the next video below, which focuses on Street Fighter Alpha.