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Street Fighter V Update Brings Cannon Spike Nash, Reduced Input Lag, And Dojo Point Changes




Capcom has released a Street Fighter V update that brings the game up to version 03.091. In Fighting Chance, a Soldier of Misfortune event allows people to get a Cannon Spike costume for Nash. The input lag has been adjusted, to make the fighting game more accurate. People will also see new ways to earn Dojo Points to increase the rank of the Dojo they belong to, but will see new limitations in effect as a result.


As a reminder, Charlie Nash was one of the playable characters in the Dreamcast Shooter Cannon Spike. (It was known as Gunspike in Japan.) This costume calls to mind the outfit he not only wore in that shooter, but also in Street Fighter Alpha.


Here are the full Street Fighter V update 03.091 notes.


■ Fighting Chance

— Get Nash’s Canon Spike Additional Costume through "Soldier of Misfortune" now underway in Fighting Chance.

■ Other

— There have been changes made to the acquisition conditions and values for Dojo Points.

Dojo Points can be obtained through playing the Arcade, Survival, Extra Battle, Ranked Match, Casual Match, and Battle Lounge game modes. However, point acquisition will be limited to 10 times per 1 day for losses in Ranked and Casual Match.(including draws )

Dojo Points can only be obtained a maximum of 10 times per 1 day for matches within the Battle Lounge, and per each difficulty in the Arcade and Survival Modes.

Please note that there may be further changes to Dojo Point acquisition depending on the circumstances.

— In order to improve the CFN response times, timeline data up to the past 3 months has been deleted.

— We have restored any LP that was lost during disconnects due to login issues that occurred on October 23th.

— The speed at which inputs are registered has been improved.


Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition is available for the PlayStation 4 and PC.

Jenni Lada
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