Street Fighter 5
Successfully complete Story mode with all sixteen characters to get over 150,000 Fight Money.
Successfully complete Story mode with a character to unlock an alternate costume for purchase with Fight Money.
Removing costume specific clothing
After selecting the Swimsuit costume for Chun-Li, Cammy, R. Mika, Karin, Laura, or Ibuki 2; or the Capcom Pro Tour costume for Chun-Li, Cammy, or Necalli, hold LP + MP + HP + LK (Jab + Strong + Fierce + Short) + Up until the fight begins. Swimsuit Chun will lose her skirt, Swimsuit Cammy will lose her extra gear, Swimsuit Mika will lose her hoodie, Swimsuit Karin will lose her sun hat and glasses, Swimsuit Laura will lose her jersey, and Swimsuit Ibuki will lose her scarf (but not mask). CPT Chun will lose her feather boa, CPT Cammy will lose her vest, and CPT Necalli will lose his coat.
Urien’s Street Fighter 3 costume
After selecting Urien, hold LP + MK + HP until the fight begins to use his classic costume.
After selecting a character, hold LP + MP + HP + LK + Up until the fight begins to alternate the indicated costume. The following is a list of the changes made to the character costumes:
- Classic: Becomes shirtless
- Classic: Adds a bomber jacket
- Halloween: Removes the spiked shoulders
- Work: Removes the hat, adds a red bandana
- CPT: Removes the scarf
- Halloween: Removes the bridal veil and roses
- Swimsuit: Removes armor pieces
- CPT: Removes the scarf
- Red Bull: Removes the jacket
- School: Removes braids, adds loose hair style
- Swimsuit: Removes the skirt
- Work: Removes the jacket
- Classic: Removes the scarf
- School: Removes the scarf
- Swimsuit: Removes the scarf
- Classic: Adds a jacket
- Halloween: Removes the devil horns
- Holiday: Removes the scarf
- School: Removes the jacket
- Holiday: Removes the hoodie
- Swimsuit: Removes hat and sunglasses
- Holiday: Removes the sunglasses and adds antlers
- Classic: Adds glasses
- Holiday: Removes the belt
- Swimsuit: Removes the coat
- 30th Anniversary: Removes the cape
- Halloween: Removes the cape
- Halloween: Removes the shirt
- School: Opens the jacket
- CPT: Removes the vest
- Halloween: Removes the vest
- Holiday: Removes the jacket
- School: Removes the braids, adds new hairstyle
- Swimsuit: Removes the hoodie
- Work: Removes the pom-poms
- Red Bull: Removes the jacket
- Halloween: Removes the helmet
- School: Removes the jacket
- Halloween: Removes the cape
- Holiday: Removes the bear mask
Two color options are available by default. Each character has an additional eight color options that can be unlocked in Survival mode. Successfully complete Survival mode on the Easy, Normal, Hard, and Hell difficulties to unlock all extra color options. The colors unlocked depends on the difficulty, as listed below:
|Difficulty||Matches required||Colors unlocked|
|Normal||30||4, 5, 6|
|Hard||50||7, 8, 9, 10|
|Hell||100||Fighter Profile Title|
Additionally, the following five colors are available for the default costumes with the most recent patch. Story mode and special costumes will only have ten colors. To unlock the five additional colors for the normal costumes, reach the indicated level and purchase them at the shop with Fight Money.
- Color 11: Purchase at any level for 10,000 Fight Money.
- Color 12: Reach Level 5, then purchase for 2,000 Fight Money.
- Color 13: Reach Level 10, then purchase for 5,000 Fight Money.
- Color 14: Reach Level 25, then purchase for 10,000 Fight Money.
- Color 15: Reach Level 50, then purchase for 20,000 Fight Money.
All Critical Arts (Ultra Combos)
There are 16 characters and 18 Critical Arts currently in the game. Each character has at least one Critical Art (Ryu and Necalli have two). They are similar to Super Moves/Ultra Moves from Street Fighter 4 . To activate them, your CA bar must be full. You can view the button combination for each character in the “Command List” when you pause the game. All characters are unlocked from the beginning. The following are the timestamps for all characters. They are shown in the same order as the in-game character selection.
- 1. Rashid – 0:05
- 2. R. Mika – 0:19
- 3. Chun-Li – 0:34
- 4. Ryu – 0:47
- 5. Ken – 1:02
- 6. Cammy – 1:16
- 7. Vega – 1:28
- 8. Necalli – 1:42
- 9. Laura – 2:07
- 10. Zangief – 2:18
- 11. Karin – 2:32
- 12. Nash – 2:47
- 13. M. Bison – 3:00
- 14. Birdie – 3:16
- 15. Dhalsim – 3:26
- 16. F.A.N.G. – 3:43
Easy “Back From Hell” achievement
The Hell/Extreme difficulty in Survival mode requires you to defeat 100 enemies in a row without dying to get the “Back From Hell” achievement. The enemies start out easy and keep getting harder as you progress. The easiest way to complete it is to select Ken or Ryu and spam their Shoryuken special move. You must be able to perform this move perfectly so you never fail with it and can press the buttons very quickly. Practice it until you perform this move 100% perfectly every time. When the match starts, always spam this attack until you land the first hit. While the enemy is down, double press to the right to push them into the corner. Once they are in the corner, there is nothing they can do. Just keep spamming Shoryuken to easily defeat all 100 enemies with no skill required. You can still get perfect victories after round 90+ by spamming only this one move. The reason the Shoryuken move is so effective is because it is a really quick attack that covers the area in front of you and above you. So when the enemy is cornered, it does not leave them much choice. They cannot jump over you because your attack covers the air. They cannot land a heavy attack because your Shoryuken is much faster and will hit them first. The best they can attempt is a throw or quick (weak) punch. Your Shoryuken is just too fast for them and covers too much area. It does not leave the AI much choice other than blocking and doing quick punches. Do not even bother with blocking enemy attacks — just keep spamming Shoryuken and it will act as a counterattack. Shoryuken also deals more damage in one hit than most enemy attacks do. So even if they hit you, your attack deals them more damage. The AI simply reacts to whatever buttons you press and “calculates” that your Shoryuken will do them more harm than they can cause you. So all they do is stand around and try to block. The following are some additional tips:
- During the first 10 rounds, concentrate on getting lots of points and select the Double Down supplements for a score bonus.
- During the first 30 rounds, do not refill health after every match to save points — so you have enough points later when you need them.
- After round 50, always refill your health after every match.
- After round 50, if your health is still full after a match, select the Defense supplement and ignore all other supplements.
- You also need a little bit of luck because of how random the supplements are. If you get a low health boost five times in a row, it will get tricky. If that happens, just retry and hope for better luck next time.
Successfully complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding achievement. To view your achievements and stats in Steam, select “Community”, “My profile”, “View all my games”, then the game and view stats.
- Mastering The Basics: Why don’t you try finishing up the tutorial? You might’ve mastered the first step, but nailing down the fundamentals is what’s important.
- Your Story Starts Here: Your first goal for Story Mode is just to clear it once. You can probably guess, but I cleared it with Master Zangief first!
- Lucky We Met!: Whoa, I’m really mixing it with the celebrities here! C’mon, Rashid, you’re the Raging Storm! Get out there and finish 5 Character Stories!
- The 16 Trials: So you wish to learn Yoga? If that is truly the case, then first you must complete the Character Story with all characters. There is great merit in walking each of their individual paths.
- One Step Forward: If you’re at a loss for what to do, why not raise a character to level 5? It should help you realize what you’re missing.
- Quantity Over Quality: Level up 5 characters! Up to level 5 should do the trick. When it comes to food and fightin’, it’s quantity over quality, mate.
- No Rest For The Wicked: Your stats are as pitiful as your strength, maggot! Come back when you’ve raised all characters to level 5.
- Slow But Steady Wins The Race: Your objective should be to raise a single character to level 30. There is great meaning in accomplishing what is difficult. To find your answer, you must set your sights high.
- Vindicated Honor: Raise your player level to 50. Level up that much and you’ll be about ready to exact you revenge.
- Burning Spirit: Your player level is a reflection of your passion! Aim for the stars, and reach level 100!
- Number 2 Is The New Number 1: Niiihehe! 2, 20, 200! Such a glorious sound, I could say it twice more! 200! Raise you player level to 200! I already have, niiihehe!
- Make A Name For Yourself: Why don’t you see if you can collect 10 titles? There’s nothin’ like a good title! Even Mel said they make me look cool!
- Sultan Of Titles: I am Rashid of the Turbulent Wind! You can change how you feel, just with a title! If you had 30 of them, you’d be set for the rest of your life!
- Fighting On The Internet: Alright, time you fought 10 network battles! The Internet is like my backyard – not a place I tend to lose! (Excludes Battle Lounge)
- All Going To Plan!: Master Zangief! I fought in 50 network battles! The ring came to life with the clash of burning spirits! (Excludes Battle Lounge)
- A Fiendish Trap: Impossible! You fought in 300 network battles? Well then, the time for you to witness my Psycho Power draws near. Mwahaha! (Excludes Battle Lounge)
- Waiting Is Half The Fun: Patience is key to any warrior’s training. Fight in network battles 30 times using the standby function. The longer you wait, the greater the joy will be when you finally get picked.
- I Know Kung Fu!: Congratulations on your first win! Keep practicing your Kung Fu in those Ranked Matches and I know you’ll only get better and better!
- Addicted To Winning: It seems you’ve won 10 Ranked Matches. Never forget how it feels to win, or your future will soon be eclipsed by defeat.
- Working Up An Appetite!: 30 Ranked Matches already? Lemme go catch up to that! Dinner always tastes better after you’ve pummeled a bunch of chumps!
- Ceaseless Effort: Ah, your 100th Ranked Match victory. That look in your eyes tells me it was a fulfilling battle. Go forward one step at a time, and never forget this feeling.
- Bam, Bam, Win!: Winning 300 matches will put the word out for Matsuda Jiu-Jitsu! It’ll be like, “the succesor or Matsuda Jiu-Jitsu, Laura Matsuda is right here!”
- Always Someone Stronger: Why not try fighting someone stronger than you in a Ranked Match? There’s a lot you can gain from fighting stronger opponents. Beat 10 of ’em and you’ll understand.
- Savoring The Win Streak: Achieved three consecutive victories in Ranked Matches, have you? It appears you are getting a handle on your power. Maintain your modesty, and focus on your training; the path ahead is long.
- First Promotion!: Master Zangief sent me flowers to celebrate me moving up a league for the first time! I can’t read the card with all these tears!
- Muscles Bring Victory!: Did you make it to Silver League?! Horosho! You have very good muscle! You can get much stronger from now!
- Let’s fight someone strong!: Finally, Golden League! There are so many potential rivals! Now the fun really begins!
- Go Out With A Bang: “Finishing with an EX Special Move sure feels good, old man!” “You finally understand then, young one? How about you try doing it 300 times?” “Wha?! You know how many years that’ll take?!”
- Critical Beauty: 300 Critical Art finishes… It would seem a crimson rose that blooms within an ugly heart can still be beautiful…
- Not Over ‘Til It’s Over: When you get that feeling like “I can’t let it end like this!”, that’s when you should use a V-Reversal. Practice it 100 times, and then you’ll be able to pull it off in your sleep!
- Enlightenment: There is a power that resides deep within you. If you wish to know what that power is, trigger a V-Skill 100 times. Do so, and that power will belong to you.
- Sudden Reversal: You know, the V-Trigger is pretty handy for shifting the flow of battle. You’ll know just how effective it is once you’ve triggered it 100 times.
- Playing Favorites: You must set a character as your favorite! Can’t decide who to choose? Niiihehehe! Well, you can’t go wrong with Lord Bison!
- All In A Name: You’ll never stand out without an original title. Try choosing an appropriate title for me.
- Failing To Prepare Is Preparing To Fail: Collect 30 replays, kid. Once you’ve done your prep and know your opponent’s weaknesses, you’ll be in control of the fight. Don’t risk your life by rushing in blind.
- See You In My Dreams!: Visualization is a crucial skill, so try watching 50 replays! I watched so many, I started seeing Master Zangief in my dreams!
- Not-So-Secret Admirer: When someone sets their sights on you, don’t you just wanna try even harder? Add someone to your Favorites and see what happens!
- Global Network: I have the direct lines for all the world’s leaders recorded in my pocketbook. You should have 30 names in your Favorites at the very least.
- Bodybuilding Is Life: Go try out Training Mode for 30 minutes! “Bodybuilding never let man down.” I borrowed that one from Master Zangief!
- Win Or Die Tryin’: It’s about time you cleared Survival Mode on normal difficulty. You know what happens if you refuse, don’t you? Let’s just say the only way you live is if you keep on winning!
- A True Warrior’s Spirit: A warrior’s soul is ri…ripened in Survival Mode. Emerge victorious on hard difficulty and you’ll be ready for me to co…consume.
- Back From Hell: Feel like taking the plunge into Survival Mode on extreme? Come back alive, and I’ll grant you an audience with none other than me, the great Lord Bison!
- Priceless: You managed to get 1,000,000 FM. That’s pretty good! The real value, however, is in the path you walked to earn that much.
- The outfit is the highlight of battle: The true crème de la crème know how to give spectators a good show. Now go and gain new colors for your outfit.