Street Fighter V launched on the PlayStation 4 and Windows PC last night. It promptly experienced server issues for the online components. Capcom is aware of all multiplayer issues.
Earlier this morning, Yoshinori Ono, Street Fighter V’s Producer, released an apology on Twitter. Ono said, “My sincerest apologies again about SFV server situation. I think that we need to improve on this problem the most.” He also directed people to @SFVServer on Twitter, which will be continually updated concerning the server’s status.
12 hours ago, Capcom said via Twitter that the server crashing issue was identified. In the hours since, it has confirmed that servers are up, but intermittent disconnects may be an issue for some. The most recent update says the company is aware of problems related to logging in or uploading match results. In all cases, Capcom is aware of the problems and working on solutions.
Street Fighter V is immediately available for the PlayStation 4 and Windows PCs.