Capcom has released more information about Street Fighter V's cinematic story mode planned for release this June, as well as some other important information.
SFV's story mode, "A Shadow Falls," will be released late June as a free add-on for all users. This cinematic experience, Capcom said, will span five chapters and last three to four hours overall. While still planned for release in their respective months later this year, the story mode will be the only place to try out unreleased characters Balrog, Urien and Juri.
Following trouble implementing the Zenny system, Capcom has scrapped it entirely and replaced it with a more streamlined method of selling DLC. The June update will allow players to buy additional content through either the Steam store or the PlayStation Store. This includes characters ($5.99), stages ($3.99), alternate versions of stages ($1.99), story mode costumes ($1.99) and premium outfits ($3.99). Players who have gathered a huge amount of fight money or purchased the Season Pass can reap the benefits with no extra charge.
Capcom hasn't yet shared an exact date for the big update. Other news includes Daily Challenges being reorganized into a new system called Targets as well as additional modes coming soon. The full breakdown can be found here.