It looks like there may be some new Street Fighter V Offline content coming to the game. This is on top of the Story Mode and Challenge Modes we already knew about.
In a new interview with Pete “Combofiend” Rosas on Uproxx he was discussing the new content coming to the game and revealed something interesting:
“Although the game didn’t launch with a traditional Arcade Mode, we are excited about the two all-new single player modes (Character Story and Survival) currently in Street Fighter V and we have plans to refine and expand onto those experiences in the near future. Additionally, we’re unveiling two new Challenge Modes this month and looking into adding a Versus CPU mode soon, as well. The Story Expansion will be released in June 2016 as a free update to all players. This is the first time in franchise history that fans will be able to play through this type of cinematic experience in a Street Fighter game. More new (unannounced) gameplay content for offline players will be made available for free throughout 2016 and beyond, so players who prefer the single player aspects will have plenty more to chew on soon.”
While it is interesting to hear him talk about the Challenge Modes and cinematic story, he also mentions a new Versus CPU mode, as well as more content coming to offline players which will be available throughout 2016 and beyond. What could this new Street Fighter V Offline content be?
He could mean simply the new characters that we already know about, but there is a chance that there may be more new modes, or story elements. This may be Capcom reacting to the feedback from fans who feel that the game lacks enough offline content to keep them satisfied.
What new Street Fighter V Offline content do you want to see? Let us know in the comments section below.