What better way to celebrate the latest major release in Capcom’s iconic fighting game franchise than with the Street Fighter V Collector’s Edition. Designed to be the definitive package for Street Fighter enthusiasts, the set combines a delectable assortment of digital and physical bonuses that are certain to appeal to the series’ devoted throng of followers.
Tucked within the confines of the Street Fighter V Collector’s Edition’s stylish blue and white carton, buyers will find the Blu-Ray game disc (of course) along with other alluring extras. The pack includes a pair of art cards with codes on the back that unlock the “Street Fighter V Digital Soundtrack Sampler” (curated by Sumthing Else) as well as a quartet of downloadable comics (including “Street Fighter #1”, “Street Fighter II #1”, “Street Fighter Legends: Ibuki #1”, and “Street Fighter V: The Life and Death(s) of Charlie Nash”).
The Street Fighter V Collector’s Edition’s physical extras include a 48-page color art book (with an introduction by Street Fighter’s legendary Executive Producer, Yoshinori Ono) and a gorgeously crafted statue based on the series’ lead fighter, Ryu, as its centerpiece. The 11-inch tall figure depicts Capcom’s brawny and ever brooding protagonist with his gloved fists raised and ready to enter the fray. Ryu’s in-game likeness has been masterfully captured with a sculpt and painted finish that make the piece an essential addition to any Street Fighter fan’s collection.
The Street Fighter V Collector’s Edition released exclusively for Sony’s PlayStation 4 console at the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $99.99 USD.