Street Fighter 5's next DLC character Ibuki will be launched in the last week of June

Capcom has finally opened up about the delayed release of Street Fighter 5's third DLC character Ibuki, which was set to release in May, issuing an apology over its lack of communication.

Now into June, Ibuki has still not be released, sparking outrage among fans over Capcom's failure to inform players and provide an update about a new possible release date.

"We apologize to our players all over the globe for not communicating this change to our release schedule sooner.

In May, CEO Kenzo Tsujimoto admitted that "some aspects of Street Fighter 5 needed more polish, such as the lack of content and server issues at launch".

The blog post also mentions that the development team is currently looking into reports of input lag issues on the game's PS4 version and "will let you know as soon as they find out more".

Capcom also adds that its latest solution has reduced rage quitting by about 60% and plans to continue rolling out measures to help curb the issue in the future as well.

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