Street Fighter 6: an 8th commentator from Japan announced on video, with the Rally Support feature

It has now been two weeks since all 18 combatants of the roster basic of street fighter 6 walked in front of the cameras to show us their offensives, Zangief, Cammy And Lily having come to bring up the rear. However, Capcom still has a few cards up its sleeve and proved it to us this Thursday evening during its spotlightwhere we weren’t especially expecting news about the game.

Thus, and until then, no less than seven personalities had been announced as commentators in real time and it is therefore an eighth who joined them and closed this casting most heterogeneous. Jeremy “Vicious” Lopez, Ryutaro “Aru” Noda, Steve “TastySteve” Scott and Kosuke Hiraiwa will be there for the technical part, while James “jchensor” Chen, SE Demon Kakka and Thea Trinidad (Zelina Vega) will set the mood and are therefore joined by Hikaru Takahashi, a Japanese actress with a light voice. You will be able to understand everything they say thanks to subtitling in 13 languages, including French, although you’ll probably be much busier tracking your opponent’s moves. In addition, the publisher also unveiled THE Rally Supporta feature associated with commenters whereby they will encourage us according to certain parametersraising the sauce when the tension is at its peak at the end of the match.

street fighter 6 is as a reminder expected on June 2 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and PC (Steam). You can pre-order it on Amazon at a price of €59.99.

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