Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is receiving an update for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions of the game. This update launching on October 23rd includes general fixes and improvements here and there, just some fine-tuning is all really.

First, we’ll start off with the Nintendo Switch version:

  • Online Improvements: improving online capabilities, adding the ability to host lobbies, friends between the Japanese and international versions can locate one another’s lobbies, and general fixes
  • Localization Fixes: updated Japanese strings of text and corrections to the Korean Photosensitivity Warning
  • Training Mode Improvements: multiple fixes have been made to improve dummy behavior
  • Audio Improvements: stereo playback improvements for all Street Fighter 3 titles
  • Museum Update: text and asset corrections have been applied

Now onto the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions which share the same updates across the board:

  • Online Improvements: general fixes
  • Localization Fixes: updated Japanese strings of text and corrections to the Korean Photosensitivity Warning
  • Training Mode Improvements: multiple fixes have been made to improve dummy behavior
  • Audio Improvements: stereo playback improvements for all Street Fighter 3 titles
  • Museum Updates: text and asset corrections have been applied

So overall, nothing too special, but some refinement and polishing.

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is currently available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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