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Letha Byrd 2016-06-10
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The update was originally planned to launch in May, but unfortunately missed its expected release window.

Capcom has now detailed the new update on the Unity Blog, also revealing how players will be able to purchase content from the in-game store.

Related: Microsoft at E3 2016

The story expansion, known as A Shadow Falls, is intended to connect the events between Street Fighter 3 and Street Fighter 4.

It appears the mode will work in a similar fashion to the ones found in Injustice: Gods Among Us and Mortal Kombat X.

Throughout the campaign all six DLC characters will be playable, including the newly released Ibuki and upcoming fighters such as Balrog, Urien and Juri.

Related: PS4 Neo vs PS4

Players can earn an in-game currency known as Fight Money by completing the story mode and fighting online.

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William Franklin 2016-05-31
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The new and improved Ibuki will be able to glide through the air and toss out ninja bombs, in addition to hurling her staple kunais at her opponents, making it difficult for her opponents to gauge her next projectile attack.

"Now players will have to be much more strategic in their use as she can only stock five at a time before she has to quickly obtain another set," Capcom said.

A new daytime version of the classic Kazuki Estate stage that is bathed in bright sunshine will arrive alongside Ibuki.

Meanwhile, eagle-eyed fans will also notice that whoever made the gameplay trailer also left their mouse icon in the frame.

All six characters will be earnable for free through gameplay.

However, players who can't wait can access them immediately by purchasing a season pass.

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Troy Jones 2016-06-04
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Street Fighter 5's next DLC character Ibuki will be launched in the last week of June

Capcom has finally opened up about the delayed release of Street Fighter 5's third DLC character Ibuki, which was set to release in May, issuing an apology over its lack of communication.

Now into June, Ibuki has still not be released, sparking outrage among fans over Capcom's failure to inform players and provide an update about a new possible release date.

"We apologize to our players all over the globe for not communicating this change to our release schedule sooner.

In May, CEO Kenzo Tsujimoto admitted that "some aspects of Street Fighter 5 needed more polish, such as the lack of content and server issues at launch".

The blog post also mentions that the development team is currently looking into reports of input lag issues on the game's PS4 version and "will let you know as soon as they find out more".

Capcom also adds that its latest solution has reduced rage quitting by about 60% and plans to continue rolling out measures to help curb the issue in the future as well.

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Angela Skipper 2016-05-30
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She's far too happy about this

The next character to be released for Street Fighter V has been revealed as Ibuki, a returning face that fans might recognise from Street Fighter III and Street Fighter IV, as well as some of the Street Fighter spinoff titles.

She was revealed today in a trailer showing off her ninja moves and beating up Guile, the last DLC character, like it s nobody s business.

She comes complete with kunais to throw, a kite to glide around on, and a bomb to throw that can set up combos by exploding and keeping an enemy in the air for as long as possible.

There s no word yet on exactly Ibuki will be released, but until she is, at least we get to watch Guile get thoroughly destroyed in the trailer.

Ibuki is the third of six DLC characters for Street Fighter V to be released in 2016, as part of the first wave of DLC, with a second wave coming out in 2017.

Check out the reveal trailer for Ibuki, and look at what you can t have just quite yet below.

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Ryan Pak 2016-06-01
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Capcom has pushed back the launch of Street Fighter V s newest playable character due to unforeseen delays, and announced that the game s next wave of content updates will now arrive in late June.

Returning brawler Ibuki will make her Street Fighter V debut later this month alongside the launch of a single-player Story Mode.

An agile ninja character, Ibuki relies on speed and misdirection during battle, making her a formidable opponent.

The publisher held back the launch of DLC characters Alex and Guile until the last weeks of March and April, respectively, and Ibuki missed her planned May launch window entirely.

Acknowledging its missteps and lack of communication with its fans, Capcom has pledged to communicate information surrounding content releases in Street Fighter V at a much more rapid pace going forward.

Boasting several hours of gameplay, Street Fighter V s Story Mode will reportedly bridge the narrative gap between previous series entries Street Fighter III and Street Fighter IV, and will be available as a free update for all players starting later this month.

collect
0
Letha Byrd 2016-06-10
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The update was originally planned to launch in May, but unfortunately missed its expected release window.

Capcom has now detailed the new update on the Unity Blog, also revealing how players will be able to purchase content from the in-game store.

Related: Microsoft at E3 2016

The story expansion, known as A Shadow Falls, is intended to connect the events between Street Fighter 3 and Street Fighter 4.

It appears the mode will work in a similar fashion to the ones found in Injustice: Gods Among Us and Mortal Kombat X.

Throughout the campaign all six DLC characters will be playable, including the newly released Ibuki and upcoming fighters such as Balrog, Urien and Juri.

Related: PS4 Neo vs PS4

Players can earn an in-game currency known as Fight Money by completing the story mode and fighting online.

Troy Jones 2016-06-04
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Street Fighter 5's next DLC character Ibuki will be launched in the last week of June

Capcom has finally opened up about the delayed release of Street Fighter 5's third DLC character Ibuki, which was set to release in May, issuing an apology over its lack of communication.

Now into June, Ibuki has still not be released, sparking outrage among fans over Capcom's failure to inform players and provide an update about a new possible release date.

"We apologize to our players all over the globe for not communicating this change to our release schedule sooner.

In May, CEO Kenzo Tsujimoto admitted that "some aspects of Street Fighter 5 needed more polish, such as the lack of content and server issues at launch".

The blog post also mentions that the development team is currently looking into reports of input lag issues on the game's PS4 version and "will let you know as soon as they find out more".

Capcom also adds that its latest solution has reduced rage quitting by about 60% and plans to continue rolling out measures to help curb the issue in the future as well.

Ryan Pak 2016-06-01
img

Capcom has pushed back the launch of Street Fighter V s newest playable character due to unforeseen delays, and announced that the game s next wave of content updates will now arrive in late June.

Returning brawler Ibuki will make her Street Fighter V debut later this month alongside the launch of a single-player Story Mode.

An agile ninja character, Ibuki relies on speed and misdirection during battle, making her a formidable opponent.

The publisher held back the launch of DLC characters Alex and Guile until the last weeks of March and April, respectively, and Ibuki missed her planned May launch window entirely.

Acknowledging its missteps and lack of communication with its fans, Capcom has pledged to communicate information surrounding content releases in Street Fighter V at a much more rapid pace going forward.

Boasting several hours of gameplay, Street Fighter V s Story Mode will reportedly bridge the narrative gap between previous series entries Street Fighter III and Street Fighter IV, and will be available as a free update for all players starting later this month.

William Franklin 2016-05-31
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The new and improved Ibuki will be able to glide through the air and toss out ninja bombs, in addition to hurling her staple kunais at her opponents, making it difficult for her opponents to gauge her next projectile attack.

"Now players will have to be much more strategic in their use as she can only stock five at a time before she has to quickly obtain another set," Capcom said.

A new daytime version of the classic Kazuki Estate stage that is bathed in bright sunshine will arrive alongside Ibuki.

Meanwhile, eagle-eyed fans will also notice that whoever made the gameplay trailer also left their mouse icon in the frame.

All six characters will be earnable for free through gameplay.

However, players who can't wait can access them immediately by purchasing a season pass.

Angela Skipper 2016-05-30
img

She's far too happy about this

The next character to be released for Street Fighter V has been revealed as Ibuki, a returning face that fans might recognise from Street Fighter III and Street Fighter IV, as well as some of the Street Fighter spinoff titles.

She was revealed today in a trailer showing off her ninja moves and beating up Guile, the last DLC character, like it s nobody s business.

She comes complete with kunais to throw, a kite to glide around on, and a bomb to throw that can set up combos by exploding and keeping an enemy in the air for as long as possible.

There s no word yet on exactly Ibuki will be released, but until she is, at least we get to watch Guile get thoroughly destroyed in the trailer.

Ibuki is the third of six DLC characters for Street Fighter V to be released in 2016, as part of the first wave of DLC, with a second wave coming out in 2017.

Check out the reveal trailer for Ibuki, and look at what you can t have just quite yet below.