A few omitted changes added to Street Fighter V previous patch notes

Dec 26 2019 2 min read

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Since Street Fighter V's Season 5 update was released, players have been discovering changes that weren't included in Capcom's patch notes. Although members of the FGC have documented them, Capcom has now added some of the omitted information. 

The update only covers five characters, comprising of both nerfs and buffs split among them. They're also on the small side. The characters dealt with are Alex, Cammy, Kage, Kolin, and Lucia. 

OminousGames has an extensive list of omitted changes, which includes explanations for some of the unclear modifications. His discoveries relate to well over 20 characters who had omissions, a considerable number even if we weren't comparing it to Capcom's list. 

Whether this was a one-time thing or the first of many more omissions to come, the FGC will keep on mining the game for every tidbit of information it can find.

Here are the previously unlisted Street Fighter V balance changes Capcom has added.


M Slash Elbow

  • Overall movement frames decreased to 18F.


Axel Spin Knuckle (V-Skill)

  • The hurtbox and throw hurtbox have now expanded forward during frames 1F - 3F.


Misogi (V-Trigger 2)

  • Decreased the startup to 30F.


EX Hailstorm (Normal/V-Trigger 2)

  • The first hit will now eliminate up to two of the opponent's projectiles.


EX Cyclone Spinner

  • V Expanded the upwards collision box during the final hit.

You can find OminousGames' list of omitted patch notes here


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