"The Thailand Stage is where we all first met M. Bison, the evil dictator and head of Shadaloo, in Street Fighter II", wrote the developer.
Players who are interested in seeing for themselves how the remastered Thailand Stage looks like inside "Street Fighter V" can purchase it for $3.99 or in exchange for 70,000 Fight Money as soon as it is made available on April 25.
The iconic Street Fighter stage returns.
As Eurogamer notes, the stage has been recreated right down to the carvings on the bells, and its memorable musical track. However, they ultimately decided against it to make the stage resemble the original one as closely as possible.
Veteran fighting game fans who are now enjoying Capcom's Street Fighter 5 on PC and PlayStation 4 will surely be happy to learn that the developer is set to add the classic Thailand stage from Street Fighter 2 into the fifth installment in the franchise as premium DLC. You can not purchase these costumes with Fight Money.
The new DLC character hasn't been revealed just yet, and was previously set to arrive at the "end of April".
Each costume costs $3.99 / ￥400 / €3.99.
The Thailand Stage comes out on 25 April priced $3.99 / ￥400 / €3.99 (Capcom hasn't confirmed a United Kingdom price yet), or 70,000 Fight Money.
In other news, Capcom also announced that the introduction of a new character via DLC will be delayed.
Street Fighter V is available now for PlayStation 4 and PC. The release date of this has not been announced yet.
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