Aside from the Thailand stage, also included in the DLC pack are new "student" costumes for Chun-Li, who will be portrayed as an Honor Roll student; Ryu, whose costume resembles a Japanese Bancho, or a gang leader; and Juri, who appears to be a Gothic schoolgirl, complete with dark make-up. Of course, in order to bring the stage up to modern graphical standards, Capcom has updated the look of the level somewhat by remastering its intricate bell and statues, as well as its memorable theme music.
A new character and balance changes for Street Fighter V that were meant to be out by the end of the month have been pushed back, as Capcom intends to conduct another beta test for the new Capcom Fighters Network. If you've been saving up that in-game currency, you can also grab the stage for 70,000 fight money.
These new additions show how Chun-Li, Juri and Ryu look in stylized school uniforms, with a few adjustments made to account for all the fighting they will be doing. The three costumes can be bought for $3.99 each. Each new costume will also be available on April 25 for $3.99 / ￥ 400 / €3.99. These costumes were first revealed during the WonderCon Panel, as well as on the "Street Fighter Academy Quiz" on April Fools' Day.
In March, the company announced plans to revamp Street Fighter V's online component.
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