Ultra Street Fighter IV Will Get Free DLC, Incoming Online Improvements For PC Version

Capcom has announced that a new DLC will be coming to Ultra Street Fighter IV free of charge. This free DLC will offer a new mode called Omega. Omega mode is a completely new mode in which every character has been modified and outfitted with new normal and special attacks, resulting in a refreshing take on the characters.

In addition, Capcom detailed the latest patch coming to Ultra Street Fighter IV. According to Capcom’s ComboFiend, this patch will update your version to 1.04 and will address some issues brought to their attention by the community.

“Some of the fixes you can expect to see are the Decapre and Rolento changes introduced in the Ver B. patch reverted, as well as Cody’s Light Ruffian Kick once again causing a hard knockdown against airborne opponents as it did in AE 2012. There are more fixes being included, which we’ll disclose closer to the release date.”

Furthermore, the PC patch will come with a number of online fixes and improvements that will hopefully fix the game’s awful online experience.

“For our PC players, we’ve heard the concerns you have voiced and have some fixes coming your way that should definitely improve your online experiences. For example, we noticed that when players were in the middle of matches, they were still getting pinged by those outside of the match, thereby creating slowdown. We’ve fixed it so that this will be no longer the case. Additionally, a few other connection fixes are going in as well, all of which should reduce the connectivity issues experienced by players.”

Capcom targets to release the new patch next month.


Ultra Street Fighter IV: OMEGA Mode

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