Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection will include 12 games from the fighting franchise

Capcom is celebrating Street Fighter’s 30th anniversary in style next year with the release of a massive new compilation, the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection.

Featuring 12 “arcade perfect” adaptations, players will be able experience all the franchise’s biggest hits: Street Fighter (1987), Street Fighter II (1991), Street Fighter II: Champion Edition (1992), Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting (1992), Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (1993), Super Street Fighter II Turbo (1994), Street Fighter Alpha (1995), Street Fighter Alpha 2 (1996), Street Fighter III (1997), Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact (1998), Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998), and Street Fighter III: Third Strike (1999).

Best of all, the 30th Anniversary Collection will include online play (including Ranked Matches) in Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Street Fighter III: Third Strike, and Street Fighter Alpha 3.

Finally, like any good compilation, the 30th Anniversary Collection will also give player access to a wide variety of behind-the-scenes bonus material including concept art, character bios, and a Music Player:

With the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, fans can re-visit historic moments from the series and explore the timeline of events that helped create one of the world’s leading fighting game series. Fans can take a walk down memory lane in the Museum and view stunning pieces of concept art, scroll through character bios and uncover little known facts behind each game release with an interactive timeline. Audiophiles can also sit back and relax while listening to the most memorable Street Fighter tunes in the Music Player.

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection will be available for the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in May 2018. The first trailer can be viewed above.

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