Following the controversy that arose over the on-disc DLC on Street Fighter X Tekken, Capcom has confirmed Street Fighter V will not feature any on-disc DLC. Speaking to Game Revolution, producer Matt Dahlgren has confirmed “There will not be on-disc DLC, for sure.”

The DLC plan was laid out in July, stating the initial release will be the only game you will need to own. This could mean there won’t be a “Super” or “Ultra” version of Street Fighter V. All balance and system adjustments will be available for free, and players can buy downloadable content with in-game currency or with premium currency which costs real world money. All future content will be available digitally.

Capcom recently announced Rainbow Mika returning to the franchise as well as a brand new character, Rashid.

This all seems like good news all around, but what do you think gamers? Is this a good sign Capcom has learned from their awful DLC policies? Let us know in the comments below and stick with New Gamer Nation as your source for all things gaming.

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