Is Street Fighter 6 Open World?

For the first time, Capcom promises a “reimagined fighting game genre” with the release of Street Fighter 6, a 2023 sequel to the popular fighting game franchise. Will Street Fighter 6 be like Sega’s Sonic Frontiers, or will it remain a single-player experience? Why not take a look?

Is Street Fighter 6 Open World?

Is Street Fighter 6 Open World?

There is an open world in Capcom’s second trailer for the highly anticipated Street Fighter 6 game. Players will be taking control of a blue-sweater-wearing character in Metro City, a longtime favorite of Capcom fans. Players will be using Shoryuken to remove objects like trash cans and engage in street brawls. You can fight in the subway, in front of Mike Haggar’s statue, on the streets, and even in Chinatown, if we choose to do so there appear to be many options. Like the Yakuza series, we may be able to fight whenever and wherever we want in the city.

The open world also provides opportunities for climbing, such as the yellow ladder that leads to the trash mentioned earlier and is attacked by the custom character himself. Metro City appears to take a lot of cues from New York City, as you can see in the image below. As of now, this is the only place where fights have been confirmed. In light of the fact that Street Fighter has seen its characters fly all over the world, we may see more open-world environments.

Finally, the graphics of Street Fighter 6 are unlikely to be state-of-the-art wherever the game goes. It’s possible that the game’s visuals will be lowered for its upcoming release on PlayStation 4. In contrast, Capcom has released Resident Evil Village on the PS4 and the PlayStation 5 version still looked fantastic. Resident Evil 4 Remake won’t be coming to consoles from the previous generation, which is a shame.

Well, that’s all we know so far about whether Street Fighter 6 will be an open world or not. We hope this guide helped you. Ifyou liked this, make sure to check out other guides about Diablo Immortal. After that, you may be interested know about Nintendo Switch port of Street Fighter 6.

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David has been writing about games and technology for a very long time (Before GTA V). He is a game review and guide writer from Houston, Texas.

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