Street Fighter 6 is a fighting game developed and published by Capcom.
It was officially announced in February 2022.
Series mainstay E. Honda and newcomer Lily trade blows in the newest gameplay video released by Capcom.
Check out some gameplay in a match between the absolutely massive characters Zangief and Marisa.
The fighting game features eight real-time commentators with support for 13 languages before its release on June 2nd for consoles and PC.
The highly-anticipated fighting game is out on June 2nd for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, PC and PS4, and features 18 fighters at launch.
The fighting game is out on June 2nd for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, PC and PS4, and features 18 playable characters at launch.
Street Fighter 6 will be headlining Evo 2023. The tournament will also be bringing back cult-classic fighting game Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
The towering and imposing Johann Pavlovich, or JP, will be one of several new characters to be introduced in the upcoming fighter.
The professional wrestler and WWE star joins Street Fighter 6's real-time commentary roster, Capcom has announced.
Blanka maintains his fast-paced, aggressive style, while JP favors zoning, creating thorns from voids and teleporting around.
Dee Jay uses mix-ups and "sway" to keep opponents off-balance, while Dhalsim is still a zoner with ranged strikes and fireballs.
Marisa relies on hard-hitting blows and knockbacks while Manon uses Judo throws and graceful movements to overwhelm foes.
Capcom has revealed the main theme music for Marisa, who will be one of several new characters to be introduced in the upcoming fighter.
Producer Takayuki Nakayama says the team "wanted to take it back to almost what it was during the Street Fighter 2 era.”
Available until December 19th, it includes the same playable fighters and modes as the first closed beta with some bug fixes.
While Marisa is a powerhouse who can break through Drive Impact with charged Specials, JP controls the arena and can teleport.
Dee Jay has a "sway" called Jus Cool for various follow-ups, while Manon draws opponents in with normals and grapples them.
Register for Capcom ID and link your platform's account to play Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo for free when Street Fighter 6 launches in June 2023.
Outfit 1 Color 10 is available for all pre-orders and adds an alternate color scheme for six characters. It's available after launch.
Pre-orders are currently available for the fighting game, which will launch worldwide for Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC.
The Standard, Deluxe and Ultimate Editions include alternate colors for characters, the Year 1 Character Pass, Stickers, and more.
It features the same content as the first closed beta with changes to input delay, bug fixes, and gameplay balance adjustments.
Capcom has revealed the main theme music for long-standing fan-favourite E. Honda, one of Street Fighter 6's 18 playable characters at launch.
A new gameplay video showcases the characters in some high-skill fights being played by members of the development team.
A release date announcement may be around the corner for Capcom's flagship fighting game, which is planned to release in 2023.
Dynamic Controls will only be available in select Fighting Ground modes, and will contextualy decide single-input moves based on your distance from your opponent.
While Modern Controls reduce the number of button combinations, Dynamic Controls perform different attacks based on the situation.
Capcom has revealed Street Fighter 6's theme music for Blanka, one of the eighteen characters the game will launch with.
The closed beta takes place from October 7th to 10th and includes Casual and Ranked matches, cross-play, Game Center, and much more.
Here are all the new details we've learned about the upcoming fighter.
Cammy, Dee Jay, Zangief, Lily, JP, Marisa, and Manon are confirmed for the fighter's launch in 2023, joining the likes of Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, and more.
The closed beta kicks off on October 7, and will featured Ranked Play, the Battle Hub, Extreme Battle, Training Mode, and more.
The bulk of Capcom's Tokyo Game Show 2022 online presentation was focused on Street Fighter 6, unveiling several new details on the title.
Capcom's upcoming fighter has got us excited for more than a few reasons.
Details on Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak's Title Update 2 and Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection's features are also coming.
Check out how both fighters enter the arena before battles and the expressions they can make using the directional buttons.
Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, Street Fighter 6, and Exoprimal are also playable at the physical event.
Kimberly combines ninja techniques and spray paint for colorfully stylish combos while Juri unleashes a flurry of kicks upon her foes.
Chen serves as the first color commentator for the roster while Tasty Steve brings his own brand of hype as a play-by-play caster.
Capcom has revealed Street Fighter 6's classic costumes for beloved series mainstays Ryu, Chun-Li, and Guile.
The upcoming fighter's competitive balance won't be spoiled for those playing with Modern Controls, its developers have assured.
Capcom stresses that the single player semi-open world World Tour mode is going to be a massive experience with more to it than just fighting.
Along with netcode engineers, members of the battle team are also helping with the netcode, says director Takayuki Nakayama.
Check out the different moves and mechanics in the upcoming fighter along with the Supers and Super Arts for Ryu, Jamie, Chun-Li and Luke.
While not officially announced by Capcom, those who got to try out Street Fighter 6 have confirmed that it will feature cross-play and rollback netcode.
"America's Hero" and a long-standing fighter in the series, Guile is coming to the sequel, bringing his classic moves and comb.
Capcom has lifted the lid on the next big step forward for its premier fighting franchise- and here's why we're excited.
New gameplay will also be shown off at the showcase later today, and it's very likely that another showing will follow at the Capcom Showcase in a few days' time.
In the Versus screen, players can press the directional buttons to scowl, look smug and much more to either taunt or baffle their opponent.
The company confirms that it will be showcasing already-announced games during its upcoming Capcom Showcase livestream.
"As residents of Metro City, we’ve all seen things we weren’t supposed to see, but we're all in this together," the company writes.
Massive Street Fighter 6 leaks are doing the rounds online, and as part of that, new tidbits related to Ken and Cammy have also emerged.
The details are in line with a leak from eight months ago on Reddit, which also revealed Jamie and Chun-Li's return among other changes.
A first for the series, modern controls provide a simpler control system for easily performing combos, special moves and Super Arts.
Luke, Ryu and Chun-Li are joined by a new fighter, Jamie, who follows in the footsteps of Yun and Yang from Street Fighter 3.
Aru and Jeremy "Vicious" Lopez (with more commentators to be announced) will bring some unique perspective, feedback, and hype during matches.
In addition to the story-based World Tour, new modes include Fighting Ground and Battle Hub, the latter aimed at online play.
Though many have assumed that Capcom's fighter will be fully unveiled at EVO 2022, journalist Jeff Grubb says he's heard it'll be revealed before that.
With the upcoming Street Fighter 6, Capcom needs to address some of its predecessor's most glaring issues.
Yusuke Hashimoto, whose previous credits also include Bayonetta 1 and various Resident Evil titles, is one of the game designers involved.
In the wake of Capcom's official announcement of Street Fighter 6, an insider claims that the game is going to run on RE Engine.
The latest title in Capcom's flagship fighting game series has finally been announced with more news promised for Summer 2022.
The highly anticipated sequel, which has been rumored since 2020, is expected to be revealed once the Capcom Countdown is done.
The site in question offers next to no details on the upcoming reveal. It could either be a brand new game announcement or something else.
Capcom's legendary fighting series is celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2022. Rumours have indicated that Street Fighter 6 could be announced this year.
Rumored to be slated for this year, the next big Street Fighter is reportedly coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC.
The barrage of Capcom-related leaks continues.
Capcom veteran Yoshinori Ono is leaving the company amid reports of troubles with Street Fighter 6.
Apparently, the new season of Street Fighter 5 was meant to buy additional time for the sequel's development.
An announcement for next year's Capcom Cup leaves many to think the next entry is coming soon.
Yoshinori Ono thinks streaming and fighting games have a ways to go.