Street Fighter fans will be happy knowing that Street Fighter 6 is quite possibly being developed for PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It is by no means the best way to find out, as a multitude of Capcom’s private information has been leaked as a result of data theft, something that is never pleasant.
Of course, this has not been confirmed by Capcom itself, but everything indicates that the legendary fighting saga will enter the next-gen consoles with an intergenerational title, that is, that it will come out on all consoles and PC except Nintendo Switch. However, it will not be in 2021, so we will have to wait longer to see Ryu, Ken, or Chun-Li in action again.
One of the most revealing data of the leaked information is an email, in which Capcom mentions the development of Street Fighter 6. The consoles for which it is being developed, and aspects such as the 3D modeling of the characters. The user who has found this data is @pokeprotos.
Rumors about the development of Street Fighter VI have been in the air since late 2019 when it became known that the 2020 Capcom Cup champion would not automatically qualify for the next edition. This suspicious movement raised the alerts of many fans of the saga.
The user DuskGolem, who already advanced in his day the development of Resident Evil 8. And its title reported that, supposedly, Street Fighter 6 was going to be released the year in 2021.
However, its development was not going as expected and had to be delayed at least until 2022. Three days later, Yoshinori Ono, director of the series, left Capcom.