Capcom is currently working hard at the street 6_ but fans who have not played the most recent game of the fight franchise are congratulations, since a free test for street Fighter V: champion edition is now available both in PlayStation 4 and in PlayStation 5. The test version will last until May 11 and the content of the five seasons is available, allowing access to the complete list of 45 characters in the game. With regard to the tests, this is quite long, which allows players for a significant amount of time to see everything there is to offer!
A tweet that details the test can be found in embedded below. The free trial version can be obtained on the PlayStation Store page of the game. right here.
Although the previous tweet refers specifically to the PS4, the game store page confirms that the test version will also work on the PS5. However, the page notes that “it is possible that your system should be updated to the last system software.” Unfortunately, the test version does not exist for the Steam version, although several online fans have been asking for precisely that. If the demand is high enough, perhaps Capcom also considers a test for that platform, but for now, PC fans will have to wait patiently.
_ Street Lucer V_ initially launched in 2016, while the champion -edition of 2020. Over the years, Capcom has constantly added more content, which culminated in the launch of the final DLC fighter last November. The editor officially announced street lucer 6_ in February, with the revelation of a new logo and a brief advance. The new logo received a strong reaction from fans and since then no other information about the game has been revealed. More details are expected to be revealed this summer, but a specific date has not been provided.
Street Fighter V: Champion edition is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC through Steam. You can consult all our previous game coverage here.
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