Street Fighter 6 will be the most distinctive game in the series in many aspects. The Battle Hub offers a completely new level of social engagement, and it surely adds more colour than any of the other games.
Of course, this next-gen game stands out from its predecessors thanks to a lot more features, and the Capcom Pro Tour recently provided us with another another.
The Capcom Cup X will be decided by Street Fighter 6, and the winner will get $1 million. The Capcom Cup has never had a purse this size before.
The Capcom Cup Pro Tour will have a more than $2 million total prize pool. Fighting Ground and World Tour are new additions to Street Fighter 6 in addition to the Battle Hub. With the June 2 release of the game, we’ll be able to check them out.
A brand-new online feature called the Battle Hub will effectively serve as the game’s social hub. Yet you have other options as well. You may purchase new outfits for your avatar, pick a fight with another player, and even play arcade versions of well-known games like Street Fighter 2 and Final Fight. This was inspired, according to producer Shuhei Matsumoto, by the Covid-19-induced lockdown.
Below is the post from street fighter 6 official twitter account confirming the prize of winner:
Capcom Cup X will be played on Street Fighter 6 with the winner receiving a whopping $1,000,000!
Who wants to be a millionaire? 🏆 pic.twitter.com/uVguQvX4Xc
— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) February 20, 2023
There aren’t many possibilities to hang out with pals in arcades, especially with COVID, according to Matsumoto. “So we thought, “What if we created an arcade for the internet? Can we accomplish that in Street Fighter? We grew up in a time when going to arcades with pals was common, and we have pleasant recollections of that, so that was a task we wanted to take on and reproduce.”
Zelina Vega and Thea Trinidad will be providing commentary for Street Fighter 6 for WWE fans. In contrast to announcers in video games like Mortal Kombat, commentators will speak while the game is being played.
The pre-recorded phrases will be used at the right time by the AI, giving the impression that Vego or Trinidad are speaking them live. As English commentators, they are joined by Jeremy “Vicious” Lopez, James Chen, and Tasty Steve. Kosuke Hiraiwa, Aru, and Demon Kakka serve as Japanese commentators.