The “Street Fighter V” beta has been updated, and with it comes a slew of new skins and costumes for the fighters. The data had been mined by players, with one particular video showing off all of the costumes in action, seen below.

GameSpot reported that the costumes may be the preorder Battle Costume for Ryu and Chun-Li. The costumes are preorder bonuses when ordering “Street Fighter V” from GameStop and via the PlayStation Store or on the PC respectively. The link above shows off a few more alternative costumes, specifically for Rainbow Mika, M. Bison, Karin, Cammy, Vega, Rashid and Birdie.

In Japan, “Street Fighter V” fans are getting a little extra with newly unveiled limited edition PS4 consoles, themed with the franchise’s logo and characters. There are two Glacier White PS4 versions. One features the “Street Fighter V” logo, while the other features Chun-Li and Lara, two of the girls introduced as fighters in the new game.

The other two limited edition “Street Fighter V” consoles are Jet Black in colour. Ryu’s silhouette is on the first black edition, while Necalli and Ryu readying for what appears to be a face-off are in the other black PS4. Kotaku has images of all four PS4 consoles.

The “Street Fighter V” limited edition PS4 coming to Japan also includes a custom theme and sleeve drawn by Yusuke Murata, the renowned illustrator for “One Punch Man.” Funnily enough, the “Street Fighter V” does not include a copy of the game at 37,480 yen (approx. AU$453). Capcom has not yet announced a similar limited edition release outside of Japan.

“Street Fighter V” is coming out on Feb. 16 on the PS4 and PC. After launch, fans can still expect more characters to debut in the game, including Alex, Balrog, Guile, Ibuki, Juri and Urien. As with the other characters, these can be obtained via gameplay, though the developer offers the Season Pass to get them at the get-go.

"Street Fighter V" alternative skins (Credit: YouTube/rKappasvoice)