As your opponent moves toward you, you know you can take him. Sure he looks tough, but there are telling signs of his weaknesses and you know you can knock him out with just a few quick jabs. As he reaches back, ready to throw the first punch, it's as though you're seeing the world in slow motion. His footing is unstable. His chest is exposed. You dart out of the way and throw him to the ground in one swift motion. You live for this feeling. You're the best street fighter around.
Conquer your opponents in Street Fighter V, the latest chapter in the popular fighting franchise. Enter a world created by the same developer that brought you the Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Mega Man and Devil May Cry franchises. Enjoy the action-packed fights you've come to expect from the Street Fighter franchise — now with a centralized player base that allows cross-platform play on PlayStation 4 and PC. Choose from an expansive roster of new and returning characters, including Charlie Nash, Ryu, Chun-Li and M. Bison. Pick up your controller and punch, kick, unleash special moves and string together combos with the new, highly accessible battle mechanics, which offer an unprecedented level of strategy and depth. Lose yourself in the action and storylines thanks to the Unreal Engine 4 technology that takes the next-generation visuals to new heights. Take it to the streets and get ready to fight.
Experience a fighting game brought to you by the creators of a variety of successful franchises, including , Street Fighter, Mega Man and Devil May Cry
Punch, kick and unleash acrobatic and powerful special moves and combos with a roster of new and returning characters, including Charlie Nash, Ryu, Chun-Li and M. Bison
Take advantage of the new, highly accessible battle mechanics, which deliver an innovative level of strategy and depth
Immerse yourself in the action-packed fights and storylines with the Unreal Engine 4 technology that brings next-generation visuals to new heights
Battle it out with players around the globe on PlayStation 4 or PC with cross-platform play for the first time in franchise history