Japanese gaming studio Capcom has unveiled Capcom Fighting Collection for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Steam, and Xbox One. The historical collection will include ten vintage fighting games. It will be available both physically and digitally starting from June 24 Globally.
It comes at a price tag of $39.99 (2,974). You can also purchase a digital bundle including Capcom Fighting Collection and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection for $59.99 (Rs.4,461)
The ten fighting titles included are as follows
• 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
• Red Earth
• Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix
• Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
• Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness
Predominantly the Capcom Fighting Collection focuses on bringing the evocative sense of gamers. Five games out of ten in the collection teases the embracing Darkstalkers compilation. Capcom is one of the fewest gaming studios to be a famous Fighting games developer.
We’ve seen Vampires, shatterproof robots, and deadly fighters in the games published by Capcom. Now, the Fighting Collection introduces the ten head-to-head arcade classics to gaming platforms with much-garnished features, all with online rollback netcode.
With all the Street Fighter Games away from the bit, the Darkstalkers series plays a remarkable role in the Capcom historical releases. The games allow you to traverse darkened environments in which you will be playing a protagonist role who doesn’t feel envy about others but rather constantly urges himself to stand off against scorching aliens to protect the earth.
The protagonist’s exploit wouldn’t revolve around the cozy ambiance with a flickering lamp but is always ready to approach doom. If you are a newcomer to the eerie world of Darkstalkers, you might check with a preamble of the game before entering the land. And If you’re a longtime fan, let’s delve into a short expedition to deep down the memory lane and try to reminisce what possibly got this series its classic status.