Valve Leaks Street Fighter 5 DLC Ahead Of EVO, Issues Apology

Street Fighter V Getting E. Honda Lucia and Poison DLC Characters Today

Street Fighter V Getting E. Honda Lucia and Poison DLC Characters Today

Capcom, the video game developers behind Street Fighter, released the official trailer soon after the leak. He then added, "we are fans of Street Fighter ourselves and we're sorry for the error". Anyway, there seems to be no turning back and since Valve has shown their regret for not being able to prevent the leak of this news, so they will surely put more security in the future to avoid these errors.

Shortly after an advertisement showing off the three characters leaked, Capcom confirmed that E. Honda, Poison, and Lucia Morgan were coming to Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition as DLC.

On 4 August each character will be available for the price of $5.99/€5.99/£4.99 - or 100,000 Fight Money. The tournament runs for three days, and the DLC was supposed to be available on the final day of Evo 2019. The trailer states that "certain costumes and Honda Senta stage" are excluded from the bundle.

In our Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition review, Tamoor Hussain wrote, "With a slick new interface, fully-featured online and offline modes, and every character released thus far-plus Sakura, the first fighter from Season 3 of its DLC-Street Fighter V feels like a complete package". You can also purchase the game for $7.99 or 60% off. Lucia has never appeared in a Street Fighter game before. She wouldn't be playable in the series until Street Fighter X Tekken. However, she doesn't come from any of the arcade titles that the series is best known for but rather the Super Nintendo exclusive sequel Final Fight 3. She made her Street Fighter debut in Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact but only as a cameo. All three are great additions to Arcade Edition's roster and will provide something unique among the growing list of characters.

Her connections to Haggar also comes into play as to why she is now one of the new Street Fighter 5 DLC characters. Yes, you read it right, E. Honda is coming to Street Fighter V. Poison described as "leading lashing lady [that] has a whip that won't quit and enjoys serving her Poison Cocktail, a Molotov-inspired V-Trigger that literally blazes through her opponent's health".

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