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Capcom Fighting Collection - Release Date, Games, Netcode, Cost, More

A mix of Capcom hidden gems and all-time classics come together for this incredible compilation that includes plenty of quality of life changes and online options.
Capcom Fighting Collection - Release Date, Games, Netcode, Cost, More
Capcom has an incredible legacy of classic titles, particularly fighting games, which is why fans are excited for the Capcom Fighting Collection, which will bring lost gems to the spotlight, allowing a whole generation of players to discover them for the first time. 

What's more interesting is that the collection will be jampacked with side content and quality of life changes for all games included, as well as online components featuring rollback netcode across the board.

What's more interesting is that the collection will be jampacked with side content and quality of life changes for all games included, as well as online components featuring rollback netcode across the board.

Capcom Fighting Collection - Release date and platforms

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The Capcom Fighting Collection is a must-have for hardcore fans. (Picture: Capcom)

The Capcom Fighting Collection is scheduled to release on 24th June. It will launch on the following platforms:

  • PlayStation 4.
  • Xbox One.
  • PC (Via Steam).
  • Nintendo Switch.

The console versions can be played in current-gen systems. So Xbox One can launch the game on Xbox Series, and PS4 users can do the same on PS5.

Capcom Fighting Collection - Cost

There are two versions available for the Capcom Fighting Collection. First up, the standard edition, which can be acquired digitally or physically, will retail for $40 or the equivalent depending on your region.

There's also the Capcom Fighting bundle, which pairs the collection with the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary collection, which includes 12 different titles from the iconic fighting game series. No price has been set by the developers and this version can't be pre-ordered. 

Capcom Fighting Collection - Games

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10 classic titles are included. (Picture: Capcom)

While Street Fighter might be the most famous fighting game franchise in the Capcom repertoire, the Fighting collection aims to have other lesser-known titles outside the FGC shine.

In fact, the big winner of this compilation is Darkstalkers, with all five games from the franchise being included in it. There's also Red Earth, which is making its first appearance on home consoles and PC.

These are all the titles in the collection:

  • Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors.
  • Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge.
  • Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire.
  • Vampire Hunter 2: Darkstalkers' Revenge.
  • Vampire Savior 2: The Lord of Vampire.
  • Hyper Street Fighter 2 The Anniversary Collection.
  • Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix.
  • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo.
  • Red Earth.
  • Cyberbots Full Metal Madness. 

Does the Capcom Fighting Collection have rollback netcode and crossplay?

Good and bad news for this one. First up, the anthology does indeed feature rollback netcode, making the experience online seamless. A big quality of life improvement is that you'll be able to queue up for multiple games at a time.

The game will feature both ranked and casual matches as well as custom lobbies, so there'll be no shortage of ways to experience all the games in the collection.

Sadly, the Capcom Fighting Collection does not support crossplay. So Xbox, PlayStation, PC, and Switch users will be stuck with players in their own ecosystem.

Don't let this deter you from checking the game out if you're interested, as it features plenty of more content outside the unique gameplay each title offers: A digital museum with over 500 pieces of artwork and concept art, training mode, display filters, customizable buttons, and over 400 classic and new musical compositions exclusive for this package. 

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Featured image courtesy of Capcom.