Capcom has announced that Street Fighter 6 sales have broken through the 2 million barrier. To celebrate the new sales milestone, the studio says players will receive "a small token of our appreciation", which apparently takes the form of a new ID Card frame and a new logo background for the in-game smartphone.
On Twitter, Capcom thanks its fans for helping Street Fighter 6 to reach 2 million sales. The tweet is accompanied by a heavily stylized caricature of the popular character Juri, along with graffiti-style text that reads "Thank You 2 Million Units". It's a characteristically Capcom thank-you message, and hey, it's never a bad thing to have some nice artwork to look at.
A few days after its launch, Capcom revealed that Street Fighter 6 had surpassed a million players. This means that it's taken the game a little over four weeks to rack up an extra million sales, which is to be expected; most hardcore Street Fighter fans likely bought the game close to release, and it's normal for sales to slow a little after a game's hectic release window.
If you've somehow missed out on the Street Fighter 6 hype, here's a quick primer. It's the sixth numbered installment in the Street Fighter series (which is a pretty complex entity in its own right), and it sees the return of fan favorite fighters like Ryu, Ken, and Chun-Li, alongside newcomers such as poster boy Luke and modern kunoichi Kimberly.
Street Fighter 6 is available right now on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Xbox Series X|S. The game's roster is also set to expand soon with the arrival of Rashid, Street Fighter 6's first DLC character, who's set to join the lineup on July 24th. Stay tuned for more news on this and on all things Capcom.