Since its launch earlier this year, Street Fighter V has been adding new characters to the roster. The latest update, which is available now, includes Urien, as well as some other updates to the game itself.
Urien was a character who originally appeared in Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact. This time around he is “donning a pinstriped suit and a sinister smile. His unwavering confidence and tyrannical tendencies are tailor-made for menacing players who want their opponents to be outshined by Urien’s ‘Dominating Light.’ In addition to his high-damage combos, he uses his slow-moving projectiles to pressure opponents and control the pace of the match.” Urien can be purchased for 100,000 Fight Money (in-game currency) or $5.99.
In addition to Urien, the update includes a few new features. Check out the list below from the official release.
New Daily Targets are available starting today to help players earn extra Fight Money and purchase additional content on a regular basis. Each Daily Target has a time limit, so players will need to log-in to cash in on these. Rewards range between 100 and 5000 Fight Money.
Versus CPU mode
Versus CPU mode is added as another option to standard Versus mode. Now, players can sharpen their skills before challenging others online by slugging it out offline against the computer, with varying difficulty options.
New Environmental Stage KO’s
New environmental stage KO’s have been added for all stages that were available at launch, so players can look forward to finding new ways to expand the playing field and humiliate their opponents.
Additional features included in the September update:
- Fighter Profiles are updated and stat tracking will now go live, so players can further dissect their gameplay to find and eliminate bad habits or simply show off their skills to friends.
- Colors 3-10 on default, and battle costumes for all confirmed DLC characters will now be included for all Season Pass holders.
- Existing and future premium costumes will now include colors 3-10 when purchased. This will be retroactive for those that have already purchased the premium costumes.