Street Fighter V: Champion Edition All Character Pack announced

Capcom announces All Character Pack for fighting game Street Fighter V.

It looks like the Street Fighter V: Champion Edition has an All Character Pack set for release in December. Announced by Capcom, the Champion Edition All Character Pack comes with all characters that were previously obtainable through Season Passes, as well as some extra content.

Street Fighter V character Luke was recently announced as the final member of the Season Pass. Set for a November 2021 release, the boxer-style fighter comes with three costumes and a fun array of fighting combos to play.

The Champion Edition All Character Pack comes with characters like Luke, as well as the rest of the characters available from previous Season Passes. It also comes with 200 costumes and 23 stages. For those interested in this extra content for Street Fighter V, the All Character Pack is sure to satisfy. If not, those only wanting individual components of the pack are free to buy it individually.

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In order to access all the extra goodies in the DLC, players need access to the internet. And, depending on the mode of play, they may also need a subscription service such as PlayStation Plus. After purchase, consumers will receive a product code redeemable up until December 22, 2023.

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition is currently available for purchase on PC and PlayStation. The All Character Pack releases December 9, 2021 for PS4 for 6,039 yen, or $52. As the announcement has yet announced outside of Japan, it’s unclear whether this edition can be obtained by Western audiences. Hopefully fans interested can get their hands on it!

Via, Siliconera.

Erin Vieira

Writer, artist, cosplayer, D&D player, Final Fantasy lover, and Bayonetta enthusiast Erin Vieira says that although they were born amongst mortals, someday they will exist as an unknown entity of the void. There will still be video games there, of course.
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