Capcom has officially locked down release date for its upcoming fighting game, Street Fighter V.
The company has revealed that it will launch the game on PC and Playstation 4 during this financial year. The publisher has also revealed that it expects to sell 2 million copies of the games on both platforms.
The game’s tentative release window was locked down during Capcom’s latest financial results where it confirmed that the company plans to release quite a few of its titles during the current financial year and these games also include Street Fighter V.
Two possible release windows seem to Holiday Season 2015 or early 2016. Earlier this year, Capcom official blog stated that the game will launch sometime during spring 2016, but it was later removed.
Hopefully, Capcom will reveal more of Street Fighter V at E3 2015. Stay tuned for more information!
In related Street Fighter V news, Series Producer Yoshinori Ono stated that the latest iteration of the game, Capcom wants to expand everything in the game and do something to push the franchise into new direction that would surprise the community:
So now we want to create something that nobody is expecting. It’s going to be a title that caters to fans, of course, but one that also invites completely new players onto the scene.
To read up more of Yoshinori Ono, head over to this post!
Source: Video Gamer.