Maximilian speculates on how Street Fighter V’s 4th season will be different, and whether it’s “winding down”

By on December 26, 2018 at 3:00 pm

The 4th Season of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition seems to be heading into a new direction. This season is the first time that the game won’t have a season pass for its upcoming characters; that fact, alongside Capcom-Unity’s Andy Wong stating that “We’re doing things differently this year,” during the Kage announcement post indicates that Capcom has a new approach in mind for their DLC coming into 2019.

The questions that this raises of course are “how” and “why”. It’s these questions that Maximilian tackles in this new video. As part of this, he comments on how it feels like things are “winding down” for Street Fighter V. That said, he does also offer other insights and speculations how Capcom could be doing things differently next year.

Source: Maximilian Dood

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