A few months after the Nintendo Switch debut, Capcom Arcade Stadium also has a date for the debut on PS4, PC and Xbox One
Capcom announced today that, a few months after the debut on Nintendo Switch, Capcom Arcade Stadium it will also be distributed in versions for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, with the new Sony and Microsoft hardware that will be able to run the software in backward compatibility. The collection of classics from the Osaka house will be available at starting from the end of May, with some interesting news that will characterize the debut of the new releases.
Capcom Arcade Stadium: The PC, PS4 and Xbox One version has a date
Users of the platforms mentioned will be able to get their hands on Capcom Arcade Stadium starting from the date of next May 25th, and all those who will purchase the collection before June 8th, will have the opportunity to Download the Display Frames Set 1 for free. The company also added that the collection will expand in the future, but does not specify which titles will be included, nor when this will happen.
Among the innovations introduced in the new versions, we will find a renewed invincibility mode, gameplay rewind, changes to the execution speed and save states. Each game will also feature global online leaderboards.
Originally launched on February 17 on Switch, the Capcom collection includes free 1943: Battle for Modway, while each additional pack is available at price of 14.99 euros each.
- Pack 1: Dawn of the Arcade (dal 1984 al 1988): Vulgus, Pirate Ship Higemaru, 1942, Tatakai no Banka, Legendary Wings, Bionic Commando, Forgotten Worlds, and Ghouls ‘n Ghosts.
- Pack 2: Arcade Revolution (dal 1989 al 1992): Strider, Dynasty Wars, Final Fight, 1941: Counter Attack, Senjo no Okami II, Mega Twins, Carrier Air Wing, Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, Captain Commando, and Varth: Operation Thunderstorm.
- Pack 3: Arcade Evolution (dal 1992 al 2001): Warriors of Fate, Street Fighter II’: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Powered Gera: Strategic Variant Armor Equipment, Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness, 19XX: The War Against Destiny, Battle Circuit, Giga Wing, 1944: The Loop Master, and Progea.
It will also be possible to buy all the packs together, at the price of 39,99 Euro.
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