Capcom’s Dev 1 crew seemingly has a hand in Street Fighter 6’s improvement, primarily based on retweets

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Street Fighter 6 was introduced final weekend, and like many huge game bulletins, there are already plenty of questions behind it. Fans are asking issues like what engine it’s operating on, who at Capcom is particularly creating it, and naturally, what’s up with that brand?

Well, we would have a few of these questions near discovered, as Capcom’s Dev 1 crew retweeted the reveal trailer for Street Fighter 6 on its official Twitter account. In the previous, the Dev 1 account hasn’t retweeted tasks that the studio didn’t have some form of hand in, whether or not or not it’s them being the first developer or for tasks that use the RE Engine.

The Dev 1 crew is chargeable for creating Resident Evil 2 Remake, Devil May Cry 5, and Resident Evil Village, all of which have been made within the RE Engine. The engine was additionally made to make use of Monster Hunter Rise, which the Twitter account normally shares information about as nicely.

Based on the historical past of Capcom’s improvement groups it’s unlikely that Dev 1 is the principle crew engaged on Street Fighter 6, however the concept that the game will likely be made in RE Engine is trying increasingly possible — at the least, primarily based on pure precedent and customary sense.