Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:31pm 28/10/15 | 0 Comments
Okay, so Street Fighter V now has a confirmed release date of February 16 in North America and Europe (which, one assumes includes Australia). In addition to the release date Capcom has also unveiled Dhalsim as a playable character at Paris Games Week. Plus, details about post-game content which can be earned for free via the game's Fight Money system.
On exactly how the Fight Money system will work, Capcom has revealed that even though pricing and accumulation rates are still being tweaked, the goal is to reward players for repeat play as opposed to hours of grinding. The new Daily Goals feature highlights this perfectly.
Each day a player logs into the Street Fighter V client, they will be assigned a new daily goal. Daily goals should be easily achievable in in one play session, and will award Fight Money based on their difficulty.
Some example goals are as follows:
Land X number of Hadokens
Land X number of anti-air attacks
Land X number crush-counter hits
Daily goals will help players improve with a variety of characters. It will also ensure that players with a limited amount of time to play per day can still earn characters for free.
It definitely sounds pretty good, and with 6 new characters coming post-launch, it should be incentive enough to keep playing.