Street Fighter 6 Reveals Demo, Rashid, AKI, Ed, And Akuma DLC, Along With Tons Of Gameplay And Details
Today Capcom showed off a bunch of gameplay and details about the upcoming fighting game. street fighter 6.
First, we take an in-depth look at the World Tour mode, where you can explore, socialize, and train with a master with your custom characters. Of course, the masters are established fighters from the series.
While the game starts in Metro City, you can get plane tickets to travel to other places in the world, which you can also explore and offer different features.
Next, we take a look at the Battle Hub, where you can go head-to-head with other players and create clubs with friends.
Interestingly, there is an option to activate damage and dirt on outfits. This can be disabled at any time. We also took a look at sound accessibility options, which can help visually impaired players enjoy the game.
More images show the tutorial, the dynamic control mode that allows the AI to help you perform combos on your own, but it is only available offline.
Next up is the single player Arcade mode, which includes a story for each character with beautiful illustrations. Online rankings are also supported. More clips show practice and Versus modes.
Extreme Battle Mode differs from normal games in that it includes cheats or special rules that can change the gameplay. It can be played offline, in the Battle Hub, or in custom rooms that you can set up to host up to 16 players at a time.
Of course, the game comes with its fully featured ranked mode, which was also shown off today. However, if you don’t mind gaining or losing league points, casual matches are also available.
We then take a look at the four fighters set to appear in the first year Rashid, AKI, Ed, and Akuma. They will arrive respectively in Summer 2023, Autumn 2023, Winter (after New Year in 2024) and Spring 2024.
Last but not least, a new demo for PS5 and PS4 launches today, while the PC and Xbox version launches on April 26.
You can check out the full video and some separate trailers below.
street fighter 6 it will be released on June 2, 2023. This time, it will return to its cross-platform nature, as it will be released for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. It’s also coming to arcades via Taito, though that version probably won’t be coming out of Japan at least for now.
We’ve recently seen a lot of gameplay clips showing full matches played by the developers, including Cammy vs. Manon, Lily vs. E. Honda, Marisa vs. Manon, Dee Jay vs. Dhalsim, Blanka vs. JP, and Zangief vs. Marisa. We also recently learned that Japanese actress Hikaru Takahashi has joined the commentator list for the real-time commentary feature introduced for the game.