Street Fighter 6 gameplay leaks show Ken, Cammy in motion

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We’ve seen Street Fighter 6 gameplay because of the newest State of Play showcase, however that’s not the one place we’ve seen it. The full roster was probably revealed in a giant leak, however that was only a nonetheless picture. Now we’ve truly seen extra leaks in movement.

Street Fighter staples Ken and Cammy have been each captured in gif type and shared on the favored gaming discussion board ResetEra. User ApeEscaper shared considered one of Ryu’s rivals within the earlier leak thread. Ken could be seen on the character choose display, sporting a thick jacket and a few brunette roots. Check it out for your self beneath. Perhaps he was by no means a real blonde in any case. A response later within the thread factors out that Guile and Dhalsim are posing as they did on the Street Fighter 5 character display, implying that this footage is from a beta construct.

As for Cammy, her gif is a little more concerned. As shared by ResetEra consumer NotLiquid in the identical thread, it exhibits her full particular — clocking in at 15 seconds lengthy. Notably, it appears to wreck not solely her opponent’s health bar but in addition the facility meter beneath that. The gif exhibits a mirror match, so her “opponent” is herself, however the alternate Union Jack costume additionally has followers excited.

They’ve bought so much to feast on and speculate about. In addition to seeing a number of characters with their very own eyes, one eagle-eyed fan additionally noticed a Mike Haggar memorial, main some to consider the mayor is definitely useless within the Street Fighter 6 timeline. There are loads of Street Fighter veterans we wish to see within the new game, and ol’ Mike has but to get an opportunity himself.

We’re ready for an terrible lot of affirmation from Capcom at this stage. At the very least, we all know that Street Fighter 6 shall be out subsequent 12 months, though there’s no particular launch date past that. It’s headed to PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Xbox Series X/S — the primary new Street Fighter launch on Xbox in a decade.