Apart from the Street Fighter 6 announcement, Capcom also revealed that Capcom Fighting Collection is launching on June 24 for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Steam and Xbox One.
It is an anthology of 10 classic titles – including the full Darkstalkers series together for the first time ever outside of Japan. Each of the 10 titles in the collection has been revitalized with online multiplayer, enhanced features, and quality of life updates.
An additional digital offering called Capcom Fighting Bundle will include the Fighting Collection as well as Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection across the same platforms.
▍About Capcom Fighting Collection
Capcom Fighting Collection unites all five Darkstalkers games for the first time outside of Japan, including Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors, Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge, Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire, and previously Japan-only titles Vampire Hunter 2: Darkstalkers’ Revenge and Vampire Savior 2: The Lord of Vampire.
The game collection also features the first release of Red Earth outside arcades and is joined by fan favorites Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix, and Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness.
Players can now take the fight online to showcase their abilities in all 10 titles across ranked, casual, and custom matches. Online multiplayer is supported by a robust rollback netcode to provide a low-latency experience in online battles.
Training Mode has been added to help novices and veterans alike learn the ropes and hone their skills. The all-in-one package also incorporates an array of new local versus options, gameplay adjustments, and quality of life improvements such as mid-game saves.
Fans can also dive deeper into these classics and even peek behind the scenes of their creation with the in-game Museum. This gallery features more than 500 works of art, including concept sketches and design documents from the titles. Rock out to the Music Player, where an expansive library of more than 400 songs await.