There’s been no shortage of Street Fighter 6 news since the game was officially unveiled, as Capcom revealed more details about the core battles, revealed some familiar faces on the roster, and even showed how to cheekily mock Ryu. However, expect news of Street Fighter 6’s development to slow down for a while as Capcom continues to develop the fighting game so it can make it to the 2023 launch date.
“We’ve had so much fun for the past week and a half showing you what Street Fighter 6 is all about,” Capcom tweeted† “While we prepare to show you what’s next, we’ll be a little more on the quiet side for a little while when we get back to the development dojo. Thanks!”
We’ve had so much fun for the past week and a half showing you what Street Fighter 6 is all about. As we prepare to show you what’s next, we’ll be on the quiet side for a little while as we return to the development dojo. Thank you!
— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) June 11, 2022
There’s still plenty of Street Fighter 6 news to dive into before Capcom gives another update on development — and a few other games in today’s Capcom Showcase — like Guile’s big reveal at Summer Game Fest Live and how the game will implement rollback netcode so that multiplayer matches have as little delay as possible. GameSpot’s Tamoor Hussain also went hands-on with Street Fighter 6, praising the game for feeling like it’s already in main event form when it debuts next year.
“Capcom has clearly paid attention to what the community likes and dislikes about Street Fighter 5, as well as other entries in the series, and Street Fighter 6 feels like the result of careful consideration of all that,” Hussain wrote in his Street Fighter 6 preview.
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