Street Fighter 6 announced, and it’s coming to PC

Street Fighter 6 was announced at Sony's State of Play showcase, and the trailer shows off a few fighters and some open-world gameplay

Street Fighter 6 announcement: Luke winks at the camera in a fighting pose while at the gym in the new Street Fighter 6 reveal trailer.

Street Fighter 6 has been officially revealed, and it’s coming out next year to consoles and PC via Steam. The flashy new trailer shows off a vibrant new art style for Street Fighter, some of the fighters we’ll see on the roster, some surprising open-world gameplay, as well as the release window of 2023.

The trailer kicks off with a shot in a Times Square-type intersection in Metro City, a place covered in massive digital billboards and bright colours. We cut to a gym, where Luke, a returning character from Street Fighter V, is practising on a heavy bag.

The trailer also features appearances by Chun-Li, Ryu, and Jamie, a new character to the long-running series of fighting games.  According to the official site, Jamie is an expert dancer who has also taken on the role of peacekeeper in his neighborhood of Chinatown. Intriguingly, the trailer also includes a couple segments of what appears to be open-world gameplay, where a hooded fighter explores Metro City by climbing ladders and entering breakdancing contests.

Here’s the trailer:

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More to follow…

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