Street Fighter V Getting Devil May Cry Costumes, Updated Survival Mode and More

Street Fighter V Getting Devil May Cry Costumes, Updated Survival Mode and More

Street Fighter V is getting several new costumes soon, alongside an update to the Survival Mode, alongside a feature involving Menat's fortune telling.

Today Capcom announced more goodies coming to Street Fighter V in the near future.


First of all, costumes from Devil May Cry  are coming to celebrate the announcement of Devil May Cry 5. A Dante costume for Ken and a Neo costume for ed will launch as DLC on June 25th for $3,99 each. A Gloria costume can be acquired via the Extra Battle mode, with four challenges available from July 5th to August 2nd.

Another crossover costume has also been teased, turning Rashid into Air Man from the Mega Man series.

Survival mode will also be updated. First of all, Capcom is adding “Battle Goods.” Those are consumable that can help progress in the mode and will be earned by completing it.

Continues and saves have been added. A continue will cost 1000 fight money, while after clearing each stage you’ll be able to save your progress and quit, in order to resume at a later time.


Last, but not least, players will be able to take advantage “Fighting Chance,” a new feature in which Menat will perform a fortune telling at the cost of 500 fight money. Each attempt will reward the player with multiple items including battle goods, new colors exclusive to the fighting chance, Cammy’s new Cannon Spike costume and classic Street Fighter art. More costumes will be introduced down the line.

You can check out a few relevant screenshots below. If you want to see more, you can take a look at the upcoming DLC character Cody.

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition is currently available for PS4 and PC. If you have not purchased the game just yet, and you want to do so, you can grab a copy on Amazon.

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