Published: Tue, March 20, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection launches on May 29

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection launches on May 29

Players will be able to take the fight online in four of the classic titles for even more gameplay options, including Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter II: Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha 3 and Street Fighter III: Third Strike.

We're not sure if the PC or Nintendo Switch pre-order initiatives will offer anything, but don't be surprised if they offer something over the next few weeks. The collection is headed to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam.

Check out the trailer above that talks more about the PS4 promotion, and prepare to relive a classic legacy when Street Fighter 30 Anniversary Collection arrives in a couple of months, straight from Capcom. These are all playable on the Xbox 360 or Xbox One through backward compatibility.

Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike is the most recent release in Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, arriving on PS2 in 2004 nearly 14 years ago, but it is not connected current Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.

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Game publisher Capcom recently announced the official release date of their upcoming collection of fighting games Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. For instance, Ultra Street Fighter II would make a great perk for those who snag the 30 Anniversary package. In terms of release date, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike launched way back in 1999 before it was followed by the series' triumphant return with Street Fighter IV.

Xbox One and PS4 gamers will have to enter a code to get their free copy of Ultra Street Fighter IV, which should be printed on your receipt if you grabbed a physical copy of the collection.

Online play also features rollback technology that provides low-latency matches with the ability to adjust the player's own input buffer speed via the in-game menu to keep the online experience smooth. You'll need four Switch systems for the tournament mode to work, and you'll have time between each match to get to the right Switch system for your next opponent. This process will continue until a champion is crowned! It is also coming to most of the major platforms including PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox One.

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