Capcom today reveals further news regarding Street Fighter 6, the new chapter of the famous fighting franchise. Saga that, overall, has sold over 47 million copies in 35 years. The new game will arrive in 2023, and features new game modes as well as graphics powered by the powerful proprietary RE Engine. Waiting for the release – which will take place on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S and PC – here’s what we know about the new chapter.
Everything we know (for now) about Street Fighter 6
For starters the new game the franchise will introduce three new game modes called Fighting Ground, World Tour and Battle Hub. These are in addition to: Arcade Mode, Online Games, Training Mode, Local versus Battles and much more. Players will be able to also choose commentators, through the selection of broadcasters in real time (such as the famous Jeremy “Vicious” Lopez and Ryutaro “Aru” Noda). From this point of view, accessibility will also be improved, with ben 13 subtitle language options.
The gameplay provides two control schemes: the Classic Control Type (known to fans) and the new Modern Control Type. The latter allows players to get into the action with simplified inputs. In this mode, special moves will be easier to perform by combining a button press with directional input. Also updated the combat mechanics, with the Drive System: a new indicator used to perform five distinct techniques to improve a player’s offensive or defensive skills. Some of these are: Drive Impact, Drive Parry, Overdrive Art, Drive Rush and Drive Reversal. Further news are expected by the end of the year.
In another news Capcom announced today the release date of the remake of Resident Evil 4.