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While players in North America and Europe have gotten their hands on Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, Japanese fans will be waiting for a few more months.

According to a post on Capcom's Japanese website, the game's release has been moved to a "fall 2018" timeframe, with no other details listed at this time. This comes after the title was delayed due to some backlash from fans who were unhappy that the collection—which is being titled Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection International—would only include English titles, voicing and text.

It is unclear what changes Capcom will make to the game before its Japanese release, but according to translations from Siliconera the company said that "additional new information besides the release period" will be forthcoming.

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is currently available in North America for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC.

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