Street Fighter 6 gameplay trailer showcases Ryu, Chun-Li, Luke, and newcomer Jamie
Street Fighter 6 will feature optional simplified control scheme
Street Fighter 6 Gameplay Shows Off Chun-Li, Open-World Exploration
Street Fighter 6 Makes A Splash At State Of Play, Coming In 2023 – Game Informer
Street Fighter 6 Debuts at June 2022 State of Play – Siliconera
Street Fighter 6 confirmed for 2023, coming to PC, PlayStation and Xbox – Polygon
Street Fighter 6 launches in 2023 for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, and PC – Gematsu
Street Fighter 6 Gameplay Revealed – IGN
Street Fighter 6 is coming in 2023 – check out its gorgeous graffiti art style in this new trailer! | TheSixthAxis
Street Fighter 6 aims to redefine the fighting genre in 2023 – PlayStation.Blog
Street Fighter 6 trailer confirms 2023 launch for PS4 and PS5 plus new story and multiplayer modes | GamesRadar+
With every new Street Fighter comes mechanics you can master to rise to the top. Introducing, the Drive System, a gauge you’ll need to manage wisely and one that is ripe with creativity. You can utilize the Drive Gauge to perform five different techniques that can easily enhance your offense or defense.
A Drive Impact is a powerful strike that can absorb an opponent’s incoming attack and can lead to a wall splat. Use Drive Parry to repel your opponent’s attack and refill your Drive Gauge. Cancel out of a Drive Parry or normal attack into a Drive Rush to quickly close in on your opponent. Overdrive Arts are similar to EX Moves from past games that power up your Special Moves. Use Drive Reversal to perform a counterattack to get you out of tight situations. One gauge, five techniques, unlimited possibilities. Use your creativity to choose which technique to utilize and when. It’s all in your hands!
For those who are worried that fighting game inputs are too complicated and just want to unleash your inner fighter, we have a solution in the form of a new control type option.
First off, Classic Control Type is what veterans can expect to use for inputs with its six-button layout.
New to Street Fighter 6 is the Modern Control Type, which allows for easier inputs where a special move can be performed by combining the “Special Move” button with one directional input. This is perfect for newer players or those who may have found classic command inputs a bit too difficult in the past.
With the Modern Control Type, your character will perform some of their flashiest (and best) attacks with just a few button presses. Modern Control Type is optional, but we highly recommend new players give it a try!
There’s just the entrance of Ryu and Chun-Li that seems to be a tag team?! would be nice!