Developed by Capcom and Dimps Street Fighter V is a fighting game. It was published by Capcom for PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows in 2016. 2016? what does it have to do in 2020?
Initially, the game was also released for Linux. But this version never got released into the market of video games.
According to the updated the second title of the game Street Fighter V: Champion Edition got released recently on February 14, 2020. This game comprises of all the stages and fighters.
This game is also the part of this year’s Evo lineup.
The game is a 2D gameplay where both the opponents have special abilities to knock out their opponent. It is reported that due to Coronavirus fears The Street Fighter V Tournaments got cancelled.
Coronavirus vs Tournament
Due to the spread of COVID-19, many firms and video games are cancelling the conferences and tournaments. They are also shifting the release dates of video games.
Recently Game Developer Conference got postponed to the “later summer.” These shift of dates all because of the reasons of COVID-19 fears.
The upcoming Street Fighter 5 is also axed for the same reason. Capcom Pro Tour has confirmed through their twitter post that they cancelled three different tournaments until now.
The firm cancelled the tournaments considering the health of the employees, organizers, and competitors.
About The Tournament
IT is also reported that the Brussels Challenge, Norcal Regionals, and April Annihilation will no longer be a part of the 2020 tournament.
Before this cancellation, Brussels Challenge was going to be held between March 20-22. It is a Three days challenge which was going to held in Belgium.
The other two Norcal Regionals and April Annihilation were going to held between April 10-12 in San Jose and New Jersey, respectively.
The “coronavirus” have not just disturbed the world, but also it has shaken the arena of video games. Other companies including Electronic Arts, Playstation and more have dropped out from the events stating Health is Wealth than events and celebrations.
In the latest news on Street Fighter 5, Capcom also announced that they recently implemented a new code fix that is meant to stabilize the games online functionality.