Capcom rolled out the first beta of “Street Fighter 5” ahead of the release date of the second beta after experiencing major issues seen throughout the game.
In a report by Game Spot , Capcom is trying for the second time around, as they are ready to roll out the second beta on Oct. 25 and are hoping that they would have everything all planned up well.
“Unfortunately, several new issues arose last night in regards to our matchmaking system and the rate at which matches were made,” Capcom revealed in a statement. “We are not confident that the matchmaking rate will improve significantly throughout the course of this beta period. That said, user experiences will vary.”
For the release date of the second beta of “Street Fighter 5,” the company still admitted that it would still be “limited” and they still expect it to “not operate exactly as we intended.”
Furthermore, Capcom still intends to continue on rolling out beta versions of the game and would “continue to periodically turn on our servers for players to access, so keep your eyes open for new opportunities to play more SFV.”
For its official release date, “Street Fighter 5” is expected to come out by March of 2016, according to PC Advisor .
According to the site, the game will come out exclusively for the PlayStation 4 and the PC.
In addition to that, fans who are excited for the release date of “Street Fighter 5” would be treated with a more colorful game, which will have a slight difference from the previous titles and that it would run on the Unreal Engine 4.
There are no confirmed full set of characters revealed for the game for now but gamers who would try the beta could play Ken, Necalli, Vega, R. Mika and Rashid, among others.