Today, two highly-anticipated games went up for digital preorder on the Microsoft Store. Fans have been looking forward to Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection and Vampyr for a while now. Those who choose to preorder also get some tantalizing perks.
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection
According to Capcom, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is a celebration of the "historic legacy" of the franchise. The package contains twelve Street Fighter games such as Street Fighter I, Street Fighter II, Street Fighter III, and Street Fighter Alpha. You can even hop online and relive the arcade experience. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection also contains a "Museum" mode where fans can follow the timeline of the series and witness of it has evolved over past three decades.
For a limited time, those who preorder Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection on Xbox One will receive Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition and the Ultra Street Fighter IV add-on. Both of these are Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One due to backward compatibility. The game should launch on May 29, 2018.
Vampyr is a role-playing game set in Britain during the lethal 1918 Spanish flu which devastated the land. In a completely disorganized and ghostly city, those who are unlucky enough to walk the streets at night become prey to vampires. You step into the shoes of a doctor who has recently turned into a vampire. The game is as much about staying alive by hunting as it is about understanding your new affliction. It's definitely a new take on the genre because your ultimate goal appears to be stopping the irrepressible thirst that constantly drives you to kill.
Those who preorder Vampyr gain access to the Hunters Heirlooms pack and its powerful weapons. The game should launch on June 5.
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