Leaked Street Fighter V Characters and Ranks

In the latest wave of leaks, audio files for Street Fighter V were found containing information on the full roster of characters including the...
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    Since Street Fighter V was revealed back in December of 2014, fans of the franchise have wanted to know everything about it from the character roster to every game mode and stage. Earlier this year in August, developer Capcom opened up a beta session for PS4 owners in North America to test the game and as a result, many people have been combing through data and files to see what else was in the game that was not available to players at the time of the beta. AceKombat of the Shoryuken forums has uncovered audio files from the game that allude to who the DLC characters will be, as well as the final character that has not been revealed yet.

    In the audio files, the in-game announcer can be heard saying the following names: Juri, Guile, Alex, Ibuki, Urien, Balrog and Fan. This find has confirmed the theories of several fans who speculated that the six-character, post-launch DLC would include those characters. The final character on the roster who has yet to be revealed could be the mysterious Fan referenced in the audio files though no other information has been made available yet.

    In addition to the names of characters, the audio files also hint at Capcom holding tournaments in certain parts of the world with the announcer specifically referring to certain events held in North America, Asia and Europe. The audio leak also details the ranks that can be earned through online play and they can be unlocked in this order:

    1. Rookie
    2. Bronze
    3. Super Bronze
    4. Ultra Bronze
    5. Silver
    6. Super Silver
    7. Ultra Silver
    8. Gold
    9. Super Gold
    10. Ultra Gold
    11. Platinum
    12. Super Platinum
    13. Ultra Platinum
    14. Diamond
    15. Super Diamond
    16. Ultra Diamond
    17. Master
    18. Grandmaster
    19. Ultimate Grandmaster
    20. Warlord
    21. Hero

    Fans of the Street Fighter series already had plenty to look forward to with the upcoming installment, but it seems that Capcom has even more in store for Street Fighter V players. Now that the ranks, tournaments, and full character roster have been revealed, fans have even more reason to be excited for the game when it's released on February 16, 2016.


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