Street Fighter V Faces Server Issues At Launch, Capcom Working On A Fix


Street Fighter V is currently experiencing some server issues after its simultaneous launch on the PC and PS4. The game is cross-play between the PC and PS4 and this has resulted in players experiencing issues on both of these platforms after the game officially launched today.

Street Fighter V players are reporting various error codes like 10007, 21000d and 210007 when attempting to join the servers. This is likely the result of a large pool of users rushing to play the game at launch and Capcom has officially acknowledged issues with server on the official Street Fighter V Twitter account.

Hopefully Capcom issues a quick fix for these errors so the players who want to play the game online at launch don’t have to deal with server issues. Keep in mind that even if you can’t connect to the servers, the game can still be played in offline mode. It gives the players the option to play in offline mode if servers can’t be connected.


Street Fighter V is out today on the PS4 and PC. It is cross-play between both platforms meaning PS4 users can play with PC users and vice versa. It was developed and published by Capcom, who are planning to support the game throughout the year with monthly content updates and the addition of new DLC characters each month.

Let us know if you have experienced server issues with Street Fighter V in the comments below.

  • Saulo Ottoni

    Cant even create a Lobby… worst R$100 so far.