Capcom has released the first look at Street Fighter 6, with more details to come in the coming days.
In comparison to its predecessors, Street Fighter 6 appears to have a more realistic art design. According to the teaser clip, it now mixes the graphics of Tekken with a current 3D fighter. It might, however, keep its classic look while incorporating a modern aesthetic.
Capcom has released a teaser trailer to commemorate the news. Take a look at the trailer below for a sneak peek of what they are planning for the game.
The game's platforms are yet to be confirmed, and the official press release provided few details. Capcom did provide two screenshots as well as the game's official logo. The youtube description includes an official website. However, the website doesn't appear to have any recent updates. More information will be released in the summer of 2022.
Capcom chose a cell-shared 3D art style for Street Fighter V, which got mixed reviews. In some situations, it looked fantastic, but in others, it made some of the characters appear considerably worse.
The PS4 and PC versions of Street Fighter V were the only ones available. After its initial release, it received multiple additions that introduced over two dozen more combatants to the game. After the last Capcom Pro Tour closes, Capcom plans to discontinue support for the game and focus on the newly announced Street Fighter 6.
The first Street Fighter was released as an arcade game in 1987 and Street Fighter II followed in 1991. Its revolutionary battle system sparked widespread interest, inventing the fighting game genre and propelling the series' total shipments to 47 million units worldwide over time.
Despite the fact that Street Fighter has been around for more than 35 years, the series continues to be popular around the world. Furthermore, the series has grown in popularity in recent years by spearheading the fighting game genre in esports. So, what are your thoughts on the Street Fighter 6? Let us know over on our socials here or down in the comments below.
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