Update Brings Matchmaking Improvements and Guile Skills to Street Fighter V, Latest Offline Updates Will Have More Than a Story Mode!

A lot of improvements were introduced to Street Fighter V and they came in the form of veteran hero Guile joining the crew. The new system will allow you filter out rage quitters and at the same time, provide a more polished matchmaking.

The tournament will see the return of Guile fighting and the original eight world warriors from Street Fighter II will come back into action and all veteran fans will definitely enjoy that.

This character will retain his ground and air fighting style and there will be additional new weapons in order to bolster his arsenal. Meanwhile, both PC and PS4 gamers from North America will get access to the individual character story from Guile along with his individual set of Trials.

With Guile’s release, Capcom announced that Street Fighter V will get a new stage after the game is completely launched. Not surprisingly, the stage is of course, Guile’s Air Force Base. The high-tech Boom Box will be easily recognized by the gamers. Meanwhile, the familiar background characters along with the shiny new jet will all appear.

Players can purchase it right now buy paying with 70000 fight money. Meanwhile, the owners of Season Pass will be able to enjoy this stage for free, for seven days. In the meantime, all players will get to toy around with Guile for free.

You can do this till the Street Fighter V In-Game shop opens up. When the In-game shop goes live, the DLC characters free trial which debuted before the opening of the shop will end.

This clearly means that players will need to shell out real cash or fight money in order to gain access to those specific characters. Players can also unlock them using a Season Pass as a different alternative. The company also promised that it will bring the hammer down on players who quit from matches too often. Rage quitters, this is your warning!

The developer clearly promised that the system will punish the rage quitters so that Street Fighter V becomes a stable game environment with a more friendly approach and everyone should enjoy that. Capcom started experimenting with a penalty system which started from mid-April and players ended up getting their League points docked.

Capcom said, “We will be continuing to monitor these accounts in the coming weeks and will take further action if needed.” Also, the latest Street Fighter V update further strengthens the matchmaking system with a series of tweaks.

They also virtually shortened the waiting time until you get an adversary. At the same time, the process of making and getting access to Battle Lounges was simplified and accelerated.  The update also addressed a number of bugs.

The offline updates for Street Fighter V will go beyond a story mode. You are in for a treat if you think Capcom will do a lot more to improve the solo play in Street Fighter V than introduce a full-story mode. Yoshinori Oro from the studio told GameInformer that the story update for June is simply the beginning of things.

More free content will be coming from offline players in 2016 and beyond. Capcom is also developing versus mode that will pit you against the AI, similar to many other fighting games.

The roadmap for these upgrades is yet to be provided by Ono. However, the developers will take care of you when your friends are not ready to fight.

Texas Showdown winner Julio Fuentes has been officially announced by Echo Fox as its first Street Fighter V player. This deal first came into focus when Dreamhack Austin released a list of players who are registered to compete in Street Fighter V. The Echo Fox tag was present next to Fuentes’ name. Since then, the team has formalized it.