Both Regular and Collector’s Editions of Street Fighter V for PlayStation 4 are On Sale at GameStop, Best Buy and Amazon

By on October 29, 2016 at 4:00 pm
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If you are looking to pick up Street Fighter V to catch up on all the action, now might be a great time to purchase the game as Street Fighter V is currently on sale at a number of retailers.

Both GameStop and Best Buy both have Street Fighter V for PlayStation 4 on sale for only $29.99. Take note that this is for the physical disc version and that buying them will still incur shipping and handling charges.  Still, they’re decent deals for anyone looking for a physical copy of the game.

In addition to this, both Amazon and GameStop have the collector’s edition of Street Fighter V, again for PlayStation 4, on sale for $38.97. The collector’s edition includes with it a limited edition 10 inch Ryu statue, 48 page hard cover artbook, DLC cards for extra goodies, a one month subscription to the Capcom Fighters Twitch channel, digital Street Fighter comics from Udon, a Street Fighter V soundtrack sampler and more.

While Street Fighter V has had a rocky launch, the numerous updates have helped pad out the game’s content and address more than a few of the game’s issues.  Features such as story mode, daily challenges, costume shop, etc. have now all been added, while issues such as the input delay have been addressed as much as they can be without affecting the game’s balance.  In addition to this, the game’s cast has been expanded with six additional characters, that can be purchased either via in game Fight Money or real money.

Interested buyers for the regular disc edition can head on over to GameStop or Best Buy. Meanwhile those looking for the collector’s edition can hear to either Amazon or GameStop. With the recent update to Capcom’s financial report showing that the game is still vastly under its sales targets, discounts like these may become more common as Capcom try to shift more units of Street Fighter V.

Sources: GameStop; Best Buy; Amazon via r/StreetFighter

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