During Capcom’s San Diego Comic-Con look, the writer introduced that basic Street Fighter 2 downloadable content material (DLC) costumes could be added to the upcoming Street Fighter 6.
The announcement was accompanied by a Twitter put up that reads: “Ryu, Chun-Li, and Guile’s classic looks make their return in Street Fighter 6! Perfect to remind everyone what legends they are.”
The tweet additionally included photos of the three of their old-school outfits, and it’s reported that Chun-Li may also carry out her Street Fighter 2 taunt, which retains its hit detection.
Ryu, Chun-Li, and Guile’s basic seems to be make their return in #StreetFighter6! Perfect to remind everybody what legends they’re. 🥋 pic.twitter.com/mihmRqH2qe
— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) July 22, 2022
Returning character Luke and his rival Jamie, who was revealed as Street Fighter 6’s first newcomer, are additionally each getting alternate outfits impressed by the brand new Metro City location. Luke’s hoodie and gloves are changed by sleeker gadgets of clothes with camo patterns, whereas he additionally dons a backward cap. Meanwhile, Jamie’s different costumes offers him a puffy bommer-type jacket with tracksuit bottoms.
It’s presently unknown whether or not the DLC can be paid or free, or whether or not it will likely be obtainable at launch. It’s additionally unconfirmed if different characters can be getting alternate costumes, though the one confirmed characters up to now are the 5 talked about, so it appears seemingly that extra costumes can be introduced because the characters themselves are introduced.
Street Fighter 6 is about to launch someday in 2023 for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC, and would be the first entry to use Capcom’s proprietary RE Engine.
Capcom is wanting to have a busy 2023, with the brand new entry within the iconic combating sport franchise additionally releasing alongside the likes of the Resident Evil 4 remake, Mega Man Battle Network: Legacy Collection, and two new IP in Exoprimal and Pragmata.
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