It's official: Street Fighter 6 is out there in the world, and you can pick it up right now. To celebrate that launch, Capcom has revealed two extra goodies for Street Fighter fans in the form of a new companion website and some fun in-game items for your avatar.
The first bonus you're getting to commemorate the Street Fighter 6 launch is Buckler's Boot Camp, a companion website for the game. Here, you'll find player stats for both yourself and other players, as well as leaderboards and club membership stats.
You can also browse character moves and costumes, check out some useful developer tips for playing Street Fighter 6, and even play an adorable minigame where you'll train pixel-art sprites to "develop them into Capcom Fighting Characters", according to Capcom. All of this should serve as a welcome break from Street Fighter 6's intense fighting.
As well as all these goodies, you can also look forward to some free in-game items for your custom Street Fighter 6 avatar, courtesy of fashion brand Onitsuka Tiger. We've already seen Street Fighter 6 stars Kimberly and Chun-Li wearing this brand, but now, your in-game custom character can as well.
All you need to do to claim your free stuff is head over to the Street Fighter 6 Battle Hub and check your message inbox. There, you should find two T-shirts and two pairs of sneakers waiting for you, and you can add them to your character's look if you so desire. More cosmetic stuff is on the way soon via the Street Fighter 6 Fighting Pass, too, so keep an eye on that if you still haven't found the look you're looking for, so to speak. After all, if the main roster can have access to cool-looking alternate costumes, why shouldn't you?
Street Fighter 6 is available right now on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. In his review, TechRaptor's own Robert Scarpinito heaped praise on the game, calling it "absolutely essential" for both fighting game newbies and old hands alike. Thanks to the companion site and free in-game fashion items, you've now got even more of a reason to check it out if you weren't going to already.