Street Fighter 6 has been revealed and will be released on PC

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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.

Street Fighter 6 has been officially announced, and it will be released on consoles and PC via Steam next year. The bright new teaser reveals a vivid new graphic style for Street Fighter, as well as some of the fighters who will be on the roster, some startling open-world action, and a 2023 release date. The trailer opens with a scene in Metro City’s Times Square-style junction, which is filled in giant digital billboards and brilliant colours. We cut to a gym where Luke, a Street Fighter V character, is working out on a heavy bag.

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  • A PC gamer since the 1980s, Ian enjoys strategy games, RPGs, and FPS classics like Unreal and Quake. He’s happiest commanding orcs in Total War: Warhammer or diarising his journey in Dark Souls.

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