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Street Fighter 5 gets Halloween-themed content this month

We’ve entered the month of October, which means things are going to get a lot spookier the closer we get to Halloween. Capcom is showing its holiday spirit by offering an update to Street Fighter 5 that offers special Halloween costumes and a Halloween-themed version of the game’s Russia stage. Each Premium Halloween costume will cost $3.99, while the special Halloween-themed stage is priced at $1.
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