Capcom has posted another status update for Street Fighter 5, noting the development team has made "a lot of great progress on all fronts."
Today's update addresses issues reported earlier this week.
According to the progress report on Capcom Unity, matchmaking for both Ranked and Casual is stable, and working for most. Additional tweaks to the servers were made, which means players should be able to be matched at a "much faster rate."
The firm notes this isn't the case for everyone, and the number of matches a user can get will vary by region.
Fixes to the Battle Lounge are being implemented into the weekend, and newly created Fighter IDs should show up in search within 30 minutes of creating an account.
Capcom said it will continue to work on implementing more improvements to Street Fighter 5 over the weekend.
If you're playing the game and having a hard time figuring things out, be sure to check out our Street Fighter 5 guide and tips.