Street Fighter 6’s World Tour mode is set to have multiple open areas allowing players to travel.
Speaking to IGN Japan, Street Fighter 6 producer Shuhei Matsumoto has hinted that Metro City, the open-world area featured in the new trailer will be just one of a number of different areas in the series. game. He stated that there will be many other open areas for players to explore. When asked if the streets decorated with graffiti in Metro City are considered American, Matsumo replied: “I don’t think street culture has anything to do with countries, so I don’t really think too much about it.”
“The first leg of the world tour is in Metro City, so that’s probably going to be the first impression for gamers.” IGN Japan immediately followed this up, asking what Matsumoto meant by the implied “first period”. “Well, it’s the World Tour,” he replied. “I can’t say for sure yet, but I hope you’ll hear more about that soon. “I’m working on something that allows you to travel the world and experience how powerful a feeling is.”
Globetrotting has been a recurring theme in all Street Fighter titles, and the recently released trailer for the game could give some indication of where areas later in World Tour mode might be. take place. In addition to Metro City, a Japanese-style arena was shown with the participation of Ryu and Chun-Li.
Capcom recently admitted major Street Fighter 6 leaks have surfaced online hours after the characters were fully revealed during last week’s PlayStation State of Play show.
A fairly detailed Concept Art drawing for the 22 characters from Street Fighter 6 has been posted online and seems to confirm that all eight of the original fighters from Street Fighter II will star in Street Fighter 6, as well as New characters and more return of other characters have not been announced. Most of the new characters seen in the image match up with an apparent leak posted a few months ago in which Reddit user DasVergeben once described their appearance.