Street Fighter V Is Getting a Slew of New Costumes and More for the Fall Season

Capcom will be adding a ton of new content to Street Fighter V starting tomorrow in the form of new costumes, a stage, and music packs.

September 25, 2017

Street Fighter V released last year with a roster of the franchise’s most famous fighters and plenty of new faces. For fans looking for more of the popular fighting game, tomorrow Street Fighter V will be getting a ton of new content added to the game for the fall season to continue the fight.

Capcom has announced that 14 new costumes are being added to the game, which can be purchased for $3.99 USD or with Fight Money earned in-game. Some costumes will feature characters in their “back to school” uniforms, as characters like Cammy, Menat, and Ed will all be receiving some scholarly attire. Cammy will also be receiving some extra costumes on top of the “back to school” uniforms alongside Chun-Li.


Also, with Halloween just a month away, Dhalsim, M. Bison, Urien, Birdie, and F.A.N.G. will all be receiving new costumes that are themed around the holiday. Gill fans will definitely be excited to hear that Urien is receiving a costume based on the antagonist from Street Fighter III. Furthermore, if you missed out on last year’s Halloween costume bundle, that’ll be available in one collective bundle with this year’s group of costumes.

A new stage will also be available tomorrow, as The English Manor from Street Fighter II will make a return. Finally, some new background music will also be available featuring tracks from Street Fighter II.  

Street Fighter V is available right now on PC and PS4. For a closer look at the various new costumes coming to the game, you can check out the screenshots below:

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