Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Update Features Online, Training Mode and Audio Improvements

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection was a compilation of the first twelve entries in the Street Fighter franchise, and released back in May 2018. Capcom recently released an update for the fighting title on consoles.

The update doesn’t add or fix anything significant. It focuses on performing improvements in various aspects, including online, audio, training mode, and more. Not only that, it addresses connectivity issues specific to the Nintendo Switch version, where players faced problems in hosting lobbies as well as finding lobbies outside of Japan if they are based there. Here are all the details.

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One:

Online Improvements:

  • General Fixes

Localization Fixes:

  • Updated Japanese strings
  • Corrections to Korean Photosensitivity Warning

Training Mode Improvements: Multiple fixes have been made to improve dummy behavior.

Audio Improvements: Stereo playback improvements for Street Fighter III titles.

Museum Updates: Text and asset corrections have been applied.

Nintendo Switch:

Online Improvements:

  • Improving online capabilities and ability to host lobbies
  • Friends between the Japanese and international versions can locate one another’s lobbies
  • General fixes

Localization Fixes:

  • Updated Japanese strings
  • Corrections to Korean Photosensitivity Warning

Training Mode Improvements: Multiple fixes have been made to improve dummy behavior.

Audio Improvements: Stereo playback improvements for Street Fighter III titles.

Museum Updates: Text and asset corrections have been applied.

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is available on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.

[Source: Capcom]