Today Capcom published a video showing another match between two of two characters that will be playable in Street Fighter 6, Lily and E. Honda.
As usual with this kind of video, the match is in the quick three-round format and is played directly by the developers. Yet, it's plenty to show off how the two fighters handle on the stage.
Lily is a brand new character debuting in the game, albeit she appears to be connected with T. Hawk. On the other hand, E. Honda is a veteran who hails from all the way back to Street Fighter II.
You can check the match out below.
If you're unfamiliar with Lily, here's how Capcom officially describes her.
A new addition to the roster, Lily will seem familiar to some as she is a descendant of the Thunderfoot tribe, the same tribe as the iconic T. Hawk who was first seen in Super Street Fighter II. Small but mighty, Lily speaks with the spirits of nature at her home in the vibrant Thunderfoot Settlement and defeats enemies with her ferocious Condor Dive, Condor Spire, and Tomahawk Buster. Condor Wind will grant one Windclad stock, which powers up each of the aforementioned moves. Lily wields her war clubs to barrage opponents in her Level 1 Super Art Breezing Hawk and slams her enemies to the ground with her Level 3 Super Art Raging Typhoon.
... and here's a refresher on E. Honda.
A globetrotting sumo wrestler, E. Honda combines old with new, bringing back his trademark moves like Hundred Hand Slap and Sumo Headbutt, plus his brand new Sumo Dash where he moves forward with a traditional sumo shuffle.
This follows several gameplay clips showcasing full matches played by the developers including Marisa versus Manon, Dee Jay versus Dhalsim, Blanka versus JP, and Zangief versus Marisa. We recently also learned that Japanese actress Hikaru Takahashi joined the roster of commentators for the Real-Time Commentary feature introduced for the game.
Street Fighter 6 is releasing on June 2, 2023. This time around, it's returning to its multiplatform nature, as it'll launch for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. It'll also come to the arcades via Taito, albeit that version won't probably leave Japan at least for the time being.