Street Fighter 5: Capcom Celebrates Game’s 8th Anniversary With A Sincere Apology

"We are truly sorry for the content that did not meet the expectations of many of you."

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  • Capcom posted a tweet apologizing for the Street Fighter 5 situation & reflecting on the journey.
  • The team expressed gratitude towards the players who supported the title during its life cycle.
  • Since 2018, Capcom has maintained a positively solid streak of quality in terms of its titles.

Capcom celebrated the eighth anniversary of Street Fighter 5 with a sincere apology. In a tweet on X (formerly known as Twitter), the team touched upon the topic surrounding the famous entry in the legacy fighting game franchise. “In the early and middle stages of the release, there were network issues, a lack of content, etc. We are truly sorry for the content that did not meet the expectations of many of you,” admitted the developers.

Acknowledging the shortcomings of Street Fighter 5, the team emphasized their dedication to improvement; and the efforts they poured into the game which ultimately resulted in significant and positive changes over the many years of the game’s life cycle. One such change was the gradual influx of players once the title had its quality improved.


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Capcom was hailed as one of the best developers in the industry back in the old days, having earned the moniker of “CAPGODS” at some point. Following a decline in the quality of its games during an era where prominent names expressed their doomsday views regarding the death of the Japanese games industry, the company subsequently earned a new moniker from fans—”Crapcom.”

Street Fighter 5
Street Fighter 5

After the launch of Resident Evil 7 and the shake-up with Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the company has gone on to develop and retain a solid streak of quality. With the launch of Monster Hunter World in 2018, followed by Devil May Cry 5 and the Resident Evil remake, Capcom’s resurgence in the modern era has placed it on a rightfully-earned upward trajectory.

The studio’s latest project, Dragon’s Dogma 2, launches on March 22, 2024, for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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