An update on October 23 will also correct and improve the Capcom game on all platforms.
On October 23 Capcom will launch an update for Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection on all platforms, contributing in the case of Nintendo Switch improvements to its online service. Specifically, the Osaka report that the version of the game in the hybrid console will create lobbies to meet with other players, and in addition to improving the stability and performance of multiplayer games, will also give the opportunity to users from Japan and the West to be in the lobbies.
Along with the other versions will correct some localization errors in Japanese and Korean, and in the specific case of the image galleries, location corrections will be provided in most languages in which this collection of video games of the series has been translated Street Fighter.
Capcom also points out that the Street Fighter 3 sound will also be improved, and errors detected in the training mode will be corrected. Interested in this video game? In our analysis of Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection we tell you everything that the videogame offers, which brings back some of the most memorable episodes of this iconic franchise with three decades of history.
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