Capcom has deactivated its servers connecting players to the Street Fighter V Beta on PlayStation 4, little more than an hour after the game build first went live.
In a rapid response to a growing number of reports from users explaining they could not access the beta build, Capcom took test servers down and notified fans across social media.
At the time of going to press, the game is inaccessible, though Capcom expects the matter will be resolved very soon.
The Street Fighter V Beta, which allows players to access an early test build of the game, launched around 6pm Pacific on Thursday (2am Friday UK time). Thirty minutes into the test, the publisher wrote on Twitter that it was “aware that users are having issues logging in.”
We are aware that users are having issues logging in, and are working to address the problem. We will provide updates as soon as possible.
After several hours of work on the game, with Capcom regularly updating its community of the progress it was making, the training mode portion of the beta had ben fixed. However, matchmaking problems remain unresolved, for now.
We are aware users are still having issues logging into the SFV beta. We are continuing to work on a fix. Thanks for your patience.