Street Fighter 6’s release date has been confirmed for June

The release date for Street Fighter 6 has been officially announced.

As had been previously leaked earlier this week, the game will be released on June 2 on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S and Steam.

Capcom also announced Deluxe and Ultimate editions for the game, which will release on the same date.

The Deluxe Edition will include the Year 1 Character Pass, which includes 4 additional characters, 4 additional characters’ colors and a 4200 Drive Tickets.

The Ultimate Edition will include a Year 1 Ultimate Pass, which adds a further 8 characters’ colours and an extra 3500 Drive Tickets.

Capcom recently confirmed the full lineup of Street Fighter 6 characters, which includes all eight original ‘World Warriors’ from Street Fighter II.

Capcom also revealed more footage from World Tour during its TGS presentation.

This mode will feature a large open world, and will seemingly allow players to explore various locations, meet classic Street Fighter characters and battle against other NPCs.

The second closed beta test for Street Fighter 6 will take place from December 16 to December 19, and will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and Steam (with cross-play enabled).

Players can apply for the closed beta now on the Street Fighter website.

If players gained access to the first closed beta, they will already have automatic access to the second one without having to apply again.

Capcom has stated that players must now already have their Capcom ID and platform account linked before applying for the second closed beta.

According to the publisher, this is because some players were selling their access codes for the first closed beta.

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