Capcom has announced that the English version of the Street Fighter 35th Anniversary website is now available. Fans can peruse this extensive avenue of celebration, housing countless illustrations, staff comments, and even a timeline of how the series has grown.
The following greeting card is also viewable on the website:
This year, in 2022, we announced the next entry in the series, Street Fighter 6. The development team is hard at work making sure we can deliver a fun experience for players all over the world.
Kicking off with the recently released Capcom Fighting Collection, we’ve got plenty of other content coming your way as part of the 35th anniversary celebrations, so we hope you’re looking forward to that!
As for us, we’re looking forward to your continued support for the Street Fighter series from here on out.
If you’re interested in viewing more celebratory content, check out the website.
Street Fighter 6 is releasing in 2023 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. This title is built off of the RE Engine, leading to impressive graphical capabilities.
- View our dedicated coverage of Street Fighter 6.
- The roster has been leaked.
- Rollback Netcode & Crossplay have been confirmed.
- Guile was recently officially confirmed for the title via the latest State of Play, with his general moveset being listed and discussed.
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An immersive single-player mode is also promised, breathing new life into the series that has lacked its incorporation. Moreover, the Classic Control Type returns alongside a brand new option, the Modern Control Type, which allows players to jump straight into the action with simplified inputs. Interestingly, a Real-Time Commentary Feature has been confirmed, providing a unique live flair to matches.
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