Street Fighter V: Champion Edition to fix online matchmaking
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Capcom has revealed that Street Fighter V: Champion Edition will be receiving new adjustments to its online matchmaking soon. More information will arrive on March 24 when the update will be released.
The official Street Fighter and series director, Yoshinori Ono’s Twitter accounts, both recently shared the information. According to their posts, the update is a result of all the community feedback they’ve received regarding the game’s online matchmaking.
Hey there fighters! 👊 The #SFV team has taken your feedback with the online matchmaking and are making adjustments in an upcoming update. We will be releasing the details on Mar 24 when the update is scheduled to go live. Thanks for all your feedback and support! pic.twitter.com/jduvXv4e91— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) March 19, 2020
The most recent update to grace the game was a netcode fix that had varying degrees of success and failure at solving the game’s desync issues. The upcoming update will likely improve upon what was started with that patch as well.
The Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Open Qualifiers for Intel World Open is currently underway.