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Story Mode Character Costumes
By completing each Character Story, you’ll be able to unlock their corresponding Story Mode costume for purchase in the in-game store once it launches in March.
In this mode, your health and EX Gauge carry over between each match against the CPU. You are able to earn points with each victory, which can in turn be used to purchase special power ups, such as health or attack or defense increases, etc., to help you last longer. Purchasing more power ups reduces your overall score though, so there is a trade-off. By clearing the four difficulty levels of Survival Mode, you’ll be able to earn new colors and in-game titles for your character!
Challenge Mode consists of four sub-modes, each of which has been designed to help you improve your skills and gameplay:
- Battle Tips (available March 2016) – Learn the ins and outs of Street Fighter V through helpful demonstration and tutorial content. Contains content for each of the 16 characters, as well as advice geared towards all levels of players.
- Trials (available March 2016) – Put your skills to the ultimate test with combo trials for all 16 characters, ranging from basic to pro combos.
- Targets (available soon after launch) – Complete daily renewing goals to earn fight money, in-game titles, and other cool content.
- Extra Battle (available soon after launch) – Fight against special CPU bosses in the ultimate challenge. Earn in-game rewards upon completion.
Online battle lobbies will support two players at launch, but eight person lobbies as well as Spectator mode will be patched into the game as part of the March 2016 update.
Legacy PS3 fightsticks will work with Street Fighter V at launch, courtesy of Lab Zero.
Street Fighter V will have 16 playable characters when it launches on February 16. Six additional characters will be added to the game throughout 2016.
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