This week, the developers at Capcom treated us to a fresh gameplay video for Street Fighter 6. This time the two characters Lily and E. Honda measure their strength.
With “Street Fighter 6”, the long-lived fighting title series from Capcom will enter the next round in a few weeks. After a few days ago Zangief and Marisa in a gameplay video faced each other, the next game scenes are now available.
Lily and E. Honda bang their fists in the latest developer video. As was the case with the last developer videos, this time too emphasis is placed on showing you the different maneuvers and abilities of the two characters.
While Lily is a new character, E. Honda has been an inventory of the series since 1991’s Street Fighter 2.
Series fans as well as newcomers should be excited
According to the developers responsible at Capcom, “Street Fighter 6” is intended to be a fighting title that has a similar influence on the genre as “Street Fighter 2”, which at the time delighted fans of the genre and complete newcomers alike.
In order to get absolute beginners on board, “Street Fighter 6” is given an alternative control scheme that is aimed at newcomers and enables them to perform the maneuvers and combos that are sometimes quite tricky in terms of timing in a simple way.
“The concept that I got from Nakayama-san was that we almost wanted to bring it back to what it was during the Street Fighter 2 era,” led Producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya on the plans being pursued. “We wanted to make another Street Fighter game that’s not just aimed at existing fans of the series.”
More Street Fighter 6 news:
Street Fighter 6 will be released on June 2, 2023 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. 18 playable characters will be available at launch. More are likely to follow as part of post-launch support in the form of DLC.
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