The Capcom Fighting Collection is coming to PC, with modern upgrades

The Capcom Fighting Collection is coming to PC, with modern upgrades

Last night sure was an exciting on for fans of fighting game esports. As the Capcom Pro Tour and mystery counter wound down, the developer announced Street Fighter 6 — which looks awesome. So awesome, in fact, that the short teaser has nearly eclipsed the other announcement. However, it shouldn’t be overlooked, especially if you love classic fighting games. The Capcom Fighting Collection brings together 10 fan-favorite fighters, all on PC with modern upgrades like online play and rollback netcode.

As mentioned, the anthology includes 10 games — two of which have never released in North America. It’s an impressive list, even if it doesn’t include Power Stone. C’mon, Capcom, please at least acknowledge it ever existed. It’s a meaty blend that includes several Darkstalker games, along with rare gems like Red Earth and Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness. Check below for the full list, courtesy of Capcom:

 

  • Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors
  • Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge
  • Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire
  • Vampire Hunter 2: Darkstalkers’ Revenge (First official release in North America)
  • Vampire Savior 2: The Lord of Vampire (First official release in North America)
  • Red Earth (First release outside of arcades)
  • Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness
  • Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix
  • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
  • Hyper Street Fighter II

Power stoned

The Capcom Fighting Collection heads to PC in June, and it comes with a host of important changes. Most games, save for Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, include a new training mode. They’ll all be online for ranked, casual, and lobby play. And, if you do plan on taking your skills to the ‘net, never fear. The Capcom Fighting Collection is supported by rollback netcode, which will make for some smooth matches. There are also quality of life enhancements, such as quick save, CPU difficulty options, and button customization. The collection also comes with original design art and documents, as well as a music player.

There is, sadly, one thing the collection won’t support. Cross-platform matchmaking isn’t in, so if you want to clash with friends, you better decide what platform on which to purchase the collection.

The Capcom Fighting Collection releases for PC on June 24.

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