Street Fighter V has launched today on PS4 and PC worldwide. The hotly anticipated sequel to the multi-million selling Street Fighter IV has been in development for a while. It was originally revealed at E3 2015 where it was announced for PS4 along with PC.
Street Fighter creator and series producer Yoshinori Ono has taken it to Twitter to apologize to all the fans who are facing server issues at the launch of the game.
“My sincerest apologies again about SFV server situation. I think that we need to improve on this problem the most.” said Ono in his Tweet. He then asked the fans to follow the official Street Fighter V server status account on Twitter.
While Capcom is addressing the issues related to users logging into the server, as we reported earlier today. There is currently an issue with server where the results of online matches are not being saved on server, which means players can lose their fight progress despite the outcomes of the match. This issue is currently being addressed and will be hopefully resolved in due time.
We are aware that users are experiencing issues logging into the game and uploading match results, and are currently working on a solution.
— SFV Server (@SFVServer) February 16, 2016
Street Fighter V is out today on the PC and PS4. It was developed by Capcom in collaboration with Dimps, where majority of the development was done by Capcom. It will be released as a console exclusive for the PS4.
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