Street Fighter 6 will have live commentary from professional casters
Among the most rebooting announcements of the last State of Play there was the reveal of Street Fighter 6 , which laid the foundations for the future of the Capcom franchise.
In the trailer we saw the return of characters like Ryu and Chun Li (but not in this beautiful version), along with the inevitable new entries in the roster of fighters.
Street Fighter 6 had been revealed some time ago, with a controversy related to the new logo , which Capcom seems to have bought in stock .
Last night, however, a new trailer was shown with the first gameplay news, as well as the new aesthetic of the franchise that seems to be very fascinating .
Like every fighting game that has appeared in the scene in recent times, the Capcom saga has also focused a lot on the most spectacular aspect of video games.
Street Fighter 6 will not be outdone and, indeed, with the new feature announced after the State of Play there will be a step forward towards this aspect.
As Gamingbolt reports , the new episode of the fighting game saga will have real-time commentary , made by two professional casters of the eSport scene.
Commentators Aru and Jeremy “Vicious” Lopez , well-known names in the competitive fighting scene, will provide commentary in English and Japanese respectively during Street Fighter 6 matches .
The idea is to evoke the energy of the matches that take place during the fighting tournaments, and below you can see the announcement trailer of the feature:
In addition to bringing some hype, live commentary also provides real-time feedback for players, thanks to the technical commentary from the casters.
We do not yet know what will happen for Italy , but the subtitles for the commentary will be supported in 13 languages.
Street Fighter 6 will be released in 2023 for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X / S and PC via Steam . After the fifth chapter, in fact, the Capcom fighting game will no longer be an exclusive console .