You’ll be shocked by the Street Fighter 6 release date characters of Dee Jay, Manon, Marisa, and JP will be available June 2, 2023.
Capcom announced at The Game Awards that the game will launch on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/XS, and PC via Steam on June 2, 2023. Pre-order options are available now.
The new Street Fighter 6 features favorites like Ryu and Chun-Lih, plus relative newcomers like Luke, an exclusive character added to the game’s expansion pack.
Street Fighter 6 will feature new gameplay elements like the Drive Gauge and real-time commentary by the fight game community experts to explain what’s going on during matches.
It’s too early to tell if SF6 will please hardcore fans. However, it seems that Capcom is trying to attract gamers who feel intimidated by the often steep challenge of playing competitively. So if you’re willing to give it a chance, you might be able to stay interested for the long run.
Street Fighter 6 players weren’t disappointed tonight when they saw a new gameplay video showing off some new characters and World Tour content. Most things about this reveal were great, but there was one big mistake we got to immediately in our reactions video.
New Street Fighter 6 Release Date Characters
Dee Jay, Manon, Marisa, and JP all had their moments during the trailer. Unfortunately, one of them isn’t returning, but they all looked good. We’re worried about whether or not they’ll be able to keep up with everyone else when they come back.
Manon is an expert judoka who combines ballet moves with the throws of Judokas. If that sounds pretty cool on paper, wait for her performance.
Marisa comes from Italy and has a strong resemblance to a Spartan warrior. Her size means she has plenty of reach for powerful punches. JP seems like a character who represents a new era for Psycho Powers. He can manifest many harmful hits on the field and teleports himself across it.
One of the main features shown in the trailer was World Tour mode, which lets players create their avatars to explore different parts of the game.
We get to see some cool custom moves learned from the Masters of Street Fighter (like Ryu and Chun Li), and we see some two-v-two actions as our unnamed hero summons Ryu in for help while his opponents outnumber him.
Mini-games are more prominent now than they’ve been since their heyday in the 1990s. We saw at least four such games during World Tour mode. Some were inspired by classic Street Fighter titles from years past, and others helped players learn new aspects of gameplay.
Capcom’s upcoming fighting game is coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and PC. But, unfortunately, you’ll have to hang tight until mid-2023 before you can play Street Fighter 6.