Capcom's Ono apologises for SFV server issues

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Capcom's Ono apologises for SFV server issues

Street Fighter V is now out in the wild and its servers are already faltering under the load.

Players have been experiencing a host of issues, including errors 21400, 10007 and 2100d. Capcom says that the servers are back up and running now, but also warned that players may experience intermittent disconnects.

Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono has apologised for these issues and said that fans should keep an eye on @SFVServer for updates about the game's servers.

Street Fighter V is a little short of single player options as is, so fans will be hoping that Capcom has rectified any server issues. Otherwise, playtime could be cut very short.



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