Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection getting platform wide patch

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection

It looks like the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection will be receiving a patch for all versions across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Slated for October 23, 2018, unfortunately this patch does not address the game’s biggest issue – its sub par online functionality – but it will fix some small UI issues and minor bug fixes. Hopefully, Capcom is able to salvage the game’s online play, because as great as it is to play offline, without a stable online player base, it is only a matter of time before the game is left by the wayside. Which would be extremely unfortunate, considering it has some of the best fighting games ever made within it. The patch notes, courtesy of the Capcom Unity blog, are as follows:

Nintendo Switch:

Online Improvements:

  • Improving online capabilities and ability to host lobbies
  • Friends between the Japanese and international versions can locate one another’s lobbies
  • General fixes

Localization Fixes:

  • Updated Japanese strings
  • Corrections to Korean Photosensitivity Warning

Training Mode Improvements: Multiple fixes have been made to improve dummy behavior.

Audio Improvements: Stereo playback improvements for Street Fighter III titles.

Museum Updates: Text and asset corrections have been applied.

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One:

Online Improvements:

  • General Fixes

Localization Fixes:

  • Updated Japanese strings
  • Corrections to Korean Photosensitivity Warning

Training Mode Improvements: Multiple fixes have been made to improve dummy behavior.

Audio Improvements: Stereo playback improvements for Street Fighter III titles.

Museum Updates: Text and asset corrections have been applied.

Speaking of the 30th Anniversary Collection, remember to check out Canada Cup this weekend, as it is the next stop on the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Tournament Series, this time featuring Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike! You can find more information and register for on the official Canada Cup website.

Want more fighting games? Check out our latest FGC coverage, including an interview with Ryan “Filipino Champ” Ramirez.

Kevin has been a fan of fighting games since he first walked up to a Marvel vs. Capcom cabinet at the tender age of 8 at the local arcade. (Kids ask your parents what an “arcade” is) He may not be very good, but that doesn’t stop him from enjoying them.