It is within the context of the PlayStation conference during the Paris Games Week, the release date of the final version of Street Fighter V was revealed. The waiting time will not be as long as originally planned.
The next installment in the series of Yoshinori Ono, Street Fighter V has recently benefited from a closed beta phase on PC and PS4 to test in good conditions the gameplay of this versus fighting game. As we waited for a final release in the next spring, Sony Computer Entertainment teaches us during the conference at the PlayStation Paris Games Week that it will issue a release of the game dated to February 16, 2016 on both platforms of PC and PS4.
For the occasion, it was revealed that the title will be sold with 16 playable characters, but Capcom will add 6 more challengers in 2016. The latter can be acquired not by spending from the credit card, but by spending the game currency, called Fight Money.
Checkout the details of Fight Money here and below:
The purpose of the Fight Money system is to reward players who stay engaged with Street Fighter V over time. While we are still finalizing details on pricing and Fight Money accumulation rates, which will be refined throughout our future beta tests, we are excited to share some details on how we are approaching the new system.