Street Fighter V Gets Mouthwatering Monthly Fight Money Targets

By   /   May 26, 2017

Street Fighter V is throwing Fight Money at its players, all in the spirit of celebrating the release of its overhauled online network and services.

Posting on the its official blog, the developer announced that anyone logging into the game once between May 30 and June 13 will automatically receive 50,000 FM.

Owners of the Capcom Pro Tour 2017 Premier Pass get even more opportunities to earn a large amount of in-game currency. Capcom has outlined a series of challenges for the next four months, which add up to over 160,000 FM. The detailed targets are listed below, but note that they will only last for the month mentioned.

June

  • Perform a combo 100 times (1,000 FM)
  • Win 20 ranked matches (10,000 FM)
  • KO opponent with Critical Art 50 times (5,000 FM)
  • Win 40 ranked matches (20,000 FM)

July

  • Hit 100 Crush Counters (5,000 FM)

August

  • Win 60 ranked matches (30,000 FM)

September

  • KO opponent with EX Move 50 times (2,500 FM)

October

  • Win 80 ranked matches (40,000 FM)

November

  • Win 100 ranked matches (50,000)

The Capcom Pro Tour 2017 Premier Pass was announced only last month. It features a formal attire for Ryu and Ken. There is also the Champion’s Choice Costume, which will see last year’s winner Du “NuckleDu” Dang collaborating with the developer. In addition, the bundle will include a new Capcom Pro Tour-themed stage, scheduled to arrive later in the year.

The Capcom Pro Tour 2017 Premier Pass is available for $24.99. However, the costumes and stage can be purchased individually as well. The costumes will set players back $5.99 each, while the Capcom Pro Tour stage will go for $9.99.

It is possible that the pass will get more content in the coming months. For now this is what you get for supporting the game’s competitive circuit. All of the Capcom Pro Tour-related content will remain in the shop for a limited time and be retired at the end of November. The developer has stated that it has no plans of re-releasing the costumes and stages that were part of previous Pro Tours.

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