“The stage’s intricate bell and statues have been carefully recreated in SFV with great detail, as well as the stage’s memorable theme,” Capcom said in a blog post.
The publisher went on to say that it experimented with a night-time version of the Thailand stage, with the lighting coming from candles. However, Capcom decided against this, instead opting to “stay true to the original stage as much as possible.”
The new Thailand stage launches on April 25 for $4/¥400 /€4. Alternatively, you can buy it for 70,000 Fight Money, which is Street Fighter V’s in-game currency system.
Also coming to Street Fighter V on April 25 are new school costumes for Ryu, Chun-Li, and Juri. As you can see in the images above, Juri now has a “gothic” look, while Chun-Li’s costume aims to make her look like an honor roll student. Finally, Ryu’s outfit is meant to look like a Bancho, which is a “student gang leader.”
These costumes costs $4/¥400 /€4, though Capcom did not say if they will be available for Fight Money.