New stages and costumes are coming to Street Fighter 5 later this month

Street Fighter V - CPT Stage

To celebrate this weekend’s fighting game tournament, EVO, Capcom is adding classic costumes and two new stages to Street Fighter V.

Capcom teased they would be announcing new gear for the Capcom Pro Tour 2017 Premier Pass back in April, and while we’ve already seen the new formal duds for Ryu and Ken, only now has Capcom confirmed the Champions Choice outfit.

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Releasing on July 25, 2017, new CPT stage Kanzuki Family Stadium which, according to Capcom’s Harrison, “showcases the high-level competition with a sumo stadium befitting of the Kanzuki name.”

Street Fighter V - CPT Stage

It’s not cheap, mind. It’ll be available for $9.99/€9.99, or as part of the $25/€25 Capcom Pro Tour 2017 Premier Pass, which also includes two additional titles, Capcom Cup 2017, and Capcom Pro Tour 2017, and a monthly in-game challenge that rewards Fight Money.

After winning the Capcom Cup last year, Du “NuckleDu” Dang won the opportunity to design a costume for his favourite character, Guile. Working with the Capcom team, they designed a “tactical officer-inspired costume.”

Street Fighter V - Guile

The costumes – including the pre-released formal outfits for Ryu and Ken – are available individually for $5.99/€5.99, or also as part of the CPT 2017 Premier Pass.

But that’s not all. Capcom have also announced another new stage – Ryu’s home Suzaku Castle, from Street Fighter II – and three new costumes inspired by Street Fighter history: classic threads for and Alex from Street Fighter III, and Juri’s original outfit from Street Fighter IV.

Street Fighter V - Ibuki

Street Fighter V - Juri

Street Fighter V - Alex

Capcom states these costumes are $4, but if that’s the price per piece, or for all of them, we’re not sure. There’s also no price on the Suzaku Castle stage and we’re unclear if this’ll come packaged in the CPT Pass. We’ll keep you posted, though.