Capcom is rolling out patches for the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection on each of its platforms, addressing some issues with the game that have become known. At the forefront seems to be matchmaking filters, allowing people to remove poorly connected players from their fight searches. And speaking of online gameplay, there are also some lobby improvements, and the banning of Akuma from Super Street Fighter II: Turbo’s ranked online mode.

Outside of those, the earlier Street Fighter III games, New Generation, and 2nd Impact will now output audio in stereo, and some localization improvements will come to various areas of the game.

These details are all taken from the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC patch notes, which are due to drop tomorrow. All of us playing on Switch will have to wait though, as refinements and fixes for that version will require a bit more time.

 

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