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Capcom Addresses Street Fighter 6 Gameplay Leaks

Capcom addressed the recent Street Fighter 6 leaks on Twitter, seemingly confirming their veracity and being grateful for the positive reception.

Capcom addressed the recent Street Fighter 6 the leaks that have made the rounds online. Street Fighter 6 was recently announced at Sony’s State of Play event in June 2022, along with a trailer that showed off gameplay and new character designs, and revealed the game’s 2023 release window.

Street Fighter 6 will take a fresh approach to its gameplay, with a World Tour mode that shows characters traveling around Metro City. The game will feature a new Battle Hub for multiplayer matches, which will include a real-time commentary feature that will narrate the match as it happens. The initial trailer confirmed that Ryu and Chun-Li will be part of the game, along with Luke from Street Fighter V. The trailer also included two new characters: Jamie and Kimberly. Jamie appears to use a form of drunken boxing in combat, while Kimberly was only briefly seen during the final moments of the trailer.

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Much more information has been revealed on Street Fighter 6, via a number of leaks regarding the game. The leaks include the full roster artwork for the game, as well as beta footage of Cammy battling Ken. Capcom addressed the leaks in a post on the official site street fighter The Twitter page, which apparently confirms the leaks are legit, and thanks fans for their positive response to the leaked content and for their continued support.

The Street Fighter 6 the leaks aren’t the first of their kind, especially when it comes to fighting games. The Super Smash Bros. The series has suffered a number of leaks over the years, with the infamous ESRB leak revealing several characters in Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U before their official announcements. At the very least, the response to the new roster, new visual style, and gameplay changes has been positive, which is good news, given that Street Fighter V faced considerable backlash at launch, due to a severe lack of content in the base version of the game.


Street Fighter 6 goes in a new direction on several fronts, in terms of story, playstyle and multiplayer. It must be annoying for developers to see leaked content, but Street Fighter 6 won’t launch until 2023, so there’s plenty of time for changes to be implemented and for new content to be added. The competitive battle scene will enter a new era in this current console generation, and a few early gameplay and roster leaks will not affect the success of Street Fighter 6.

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Street Fighter 6 will be released in 2023 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.


Source: Street Fighter/Twitter, PlayStation Lifestyle

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