Last week, Capcom revealed the new costume crossover event for Street Fighter V with a new costume for Nash in the form of Captain Commando. If you’re not entirely familiar, he’s the titular character for a 1991 beat ’em up arcade game that later hit the SNES in 1995. The challenge to get the costume will start on March 15th, of which we have the details below of how you can snag it yourself and get the individual pieces.
Every month, there will be at least one unique costume like a Crossover Costume up for grabs, which can only be obtained by playing Extra Battle Mode with Fight Money. Here’s the flow of how to go about getting these costumes:
- Each costume requires you to complete four challenges that take place over the span of a month – one challenge per week.
- Each time you attempt one of these challenges, you will need to spend 2,500 Fight Money. So if you successfully complete each of the weekly challenges in one go, you can get that Extra Battle Costume for 10,000 FM!
- Once you complete all four challenges, the costume for that month is yours!
- These challenges are time exclusive, so make sure to log in each week to complete them, especially if you have your eyes on that month’s unique costume.
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