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Capcom Developing Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition Ver. 2012

Posted on Monday, August 1 @ 08:28:50 Eastern by


I can feel your blood boiling... but wait!!!

While it is true that Capcom is developing Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition Version 2012, they won't be charging you for it. The update will arrive as a completely free patch "in the fall or winter time". That's according to series producer, Yoshinori Ono, while speaking at EVO2011 this weekend.

The update will bring some much-needed balancing changes.

Ono has also requested that fans tone down the profanity and vulgarity being sent to him and Capcom via Twitter. But we really don't foresee the legions of pissed off fans toning it down anytime soon.

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