Street Fighter V has suffered a few issues since launch, most irritatingly online matchmaking which would often veer into 'very flaky' territory. Not so much anymore, it seems.
In an update posted over on Steam, Capcom confirmed it has worked out the kinks in matchmaking for both the PC and PS4 versions of Street Fighter V.
I've just had a quick pop to see if Cappy-C's telling the truth, and it looks like the SFV chief is indeed doing that. It works, I mean.
There's a few other issues mentioned, as well as tweaks and updates to the PC version of the game? Nothing hugely important compared to the matchmaking issues, but check out the post if you want more details.
As for now, I'm going to test things out a bit more. For journalistic... something or other. Yes, that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it. Not just because I'm yet to win an online match. No siree.
If you're still on the fence about whether to give Street Fighter V a go, have a shufty at our review. It'll give you an idea of what to expect (because that's what reviews do).