The game will be ready to go next week but the in-game store won't be.

As announced at the Capcom-Unity Blog , the in-game store for the hotly anticipated Street Fighter V won't roll out until March.

That's when you'll be able to unlock story costumes for Ryu, Ken and Chun-Li; these costumes are unlocked for purchase after completing each character's story but…well, if there's no store, there's no costume, right? Gotta wait. But in better news, Capcom detailed Survival Mode: This will involve you battling CPU opponents with your health and EX gauge carrying over between matches. Each victory earns you points, which you can then spend on various power-ups like health, attack and defense increases. But every new power-up you snag decreases your overall score, so…

Then there's the Challenge Mode, which consists of four categories when all of its sub-modes release after launch. Check out the details on this one through the link above. Lastly, Capcom shared details on their release plans for DLC, and it looks like we'll see at least one one piece of extra content through September.

Fans should've already seen that awesome full-length CG trailer , and we have very high hopes for that promising Story Mode . Street Fighter V launches on February 16 for PlayStation 4 and PC.

Related Game(s): Street Fighter V

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6 years ago

Can you still earn 'Fight-Money' (The in-game currency for unlocking characters & features) while the in-game store is not available… if not, whats the point in even playing it in Feb?