In a new blog post, Capcom has neatly outlined the Street Fighter V PlayStation 4 beta details for each region.
The main bulk of this has been mentioned before as well. However, there were still questions about how the beta will work for different regions. Here’s what your specific region is going to be dealing with the upcoming Street Fighter V beta.
- Included countries are the United States and Canada.
- Beta access is guaranteed by pre-ordering the game from Gamestop, Amazon, Best Buy, or on the Playstation Network. Beta keys will be emailed from retailers on 7/20, and PSN users will have to download the client manually.
- Included countries are Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
- Users can get guaranteed access by pre-ordering through Playstation Network, the same as North America.
- Included countries are Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus , Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, German, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kuwait, Luxembourg , Malta, Netherland, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania , Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UAE, United Kingdom, and Ukraine.
- Users can sign up through Playstation Network for a chance at being selected for the closed beta. Sign ups will close on 7/15, and users who are selected will receive an email on 7/23 with further instructions.
- Included countries are Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Hong Kong.
- Playstation Plus members can apply for Beta access by downloading the “Street Fighter V Closed Beta Test Ticket” from the PlayStation Store from 7/9-7/14. Notifications will be sent out on 7/21.
- PlayStation Plus members can apply for Beta access by downloading the “Street Fighter V Closed Beta Test Ticket” at the PlayStation Store from 7/8-7/13. Notifications will be sent out on 7/21.
The PC beta will launch later this year.