Street Fighter 6's highly-anticipated release is just around the corner, and Capcom released another trailer showing what you can expect.
The trailer focuses on a full match between Ryu and Luke, pretty much representing the old guard of Street Fighter characters (Ryu was indeed the original one) and the new kids on the block.
We also get a full-fledged taste of the Real-Time Commentary feature, which has a selectable number of popular commentators from both the west and Japan dynamically talk about the ongoing match, simulating an esports livestream. This time around, we get to hear Vicious.
You can watch it below. You can also check out the Japanese version commented by Aru.
Street Fighter 6 is releasing on June 2, 2023. The game is returning to its multiplatform roots and will be available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. Additionally, an arcade version will be released through Taito, though it may only be available in Japan for the time being.
Recently, we've seen many gameplay clips showcasing full matches played by the developers including Cammy versus Manon, Lily versus E. Honda, 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.
Last, but definitely not least, we learned that Rashid, A.K.I., Ed, and Akuma will come as DLC, characters respectively in Summer 2023, Fall 2023, Winter (after the new year in 2024), and Spring 2024.
You can already read our review of the game in which our Robert Scarpinito defined it as "one of the easiest on-ramps to the deep world of fighting games, appealing to casual players and veterans alike. With a diverse roster, meaty gameplay, and flashy animations," expecting the game to be an "FGC staple for years to come."