Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Dan Hibiki DLC Launches February 2021

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Capcom have announced the release date for DLC character Dan Hibiki for Street Fighter V: Champion Edition.

As previously reported, Dan is well known as the series gag-character, being a failed martial artist turned dubious martial arts teacher. director Takayuki Nakayama, and producer Shuhei Matsumoto hinted at his famous “Taunt” being a mechanic he will use in battle.

The DLC character was due to be released this Winter in the game’s fifth and last content season. Now, Matsumoto took to the game’s official Twitter account in a video post, to reveal the character would be released in February 2021.

While thanking years for the five years of support for the game, Matsumoto cited that the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic had caused difficulty during development, as the team adjusted to the new conditions. As noted by Matsumoto, the new release date is still within Winter, but his phrasing suggests this was later than what the team had initially planned.

Here’s a rundown on the game (via GamersGate) below:

Rule the ring with Street Fighter™ V: Champion Edition, the most robust version of the acclaimed fighting game! Choose from 40 diverse fighters, 34 dynamic stages and over 200 stylish costumes as you fight your way through a variety of exciting single-player and multi-player modes.

Street Fighter™ V: Champion Edition contains the content from previous versions of Street Fighter™ V, including each character, stage and costume released after Street Fighter™ V: Arcade Edition. READY? FIGHT!

*Content excludes Fighting Chance costumes, brand collaboration costumes and Capcom Pro Tour DLC.
*For specific details of the included content, please refer to the SFV official website.

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition is available for Windows PC (via GamersGate, and Steam) and PlayStation 4.

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