Street Fighter fans are probably buzzing with everything they've seen or heard about Street Fighter 6 so far. The game was first announced in February, with a "massive" teaser featuring Ryu and Luke. Eventually we learned that Chun-Li and Jamie will also be a part of the roster, along with an open-world feature. Most recently, at the Summer Game Fest, we learned that America's hero, Guile will join the fight.
However, fans of the series eagerly awaited a particular piece of information, which has now been seemingly revealed. According to streamer and fighting game aficionado, Maximilian Dood, Street Fighter 6 will reportedly feature cross-play. Dood tweeted the information, saying that it came directly from the developers. It's not hard to believe that the devs could have revealed this to him, given his reputation in the fighting game community.
Street Fighter 6 looks to be bringing back the "street", as a brief glimpse of gameplay revealed elements of an open-world Metro City which players will be able to traverse, and even perform basic moves in. Whatever little footage of the open-world we saw was reminiscent of the open-world mode that came with Mortal Kombat: Deception and Armageddon.
Unfortunately for Capcom – who looked to be planning a reveal for individual character reveals – the game's entire roster was leaked online. The roster includes familiar faces like Ryu, Ken, Zangief, Dhalsim, Honda, Blanka, Guile, Chun-Li, Cammy, Dee Jay, and Akuma, as well as newer ones like Rashid and Luke. Jamie was only recently introduced, while six of the characters on the leaked roster are completely new. Character descriptions were also leaked, in case you want to get an understanding of the new fighters.
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