Tourney attendees can check out Capcom’s latest
In news that, quite honestly, was something of an inevitability, Capcom has revealed that its recent Street Fighter 6 demo will be making the rounds at next month’s Evolution (EVO) fighting game tournament. Attendees will be able to check out the upcoming fighter live on location at Mandalay Bay.
While trial sessions of Street Fighter 6 have been mostly confined to the press and/or Capcom’s best buddies, the publisher is now beginning to drip-feed access to the public at several upcoming events, such as the aforementioned EVO and the incoming San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). I would not be surprised if, much like with Street Fighter V, we don’t also see some form of closed or open beta rolling out as we exit summer and enter the fall season.
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On top of the announcements coming to Evo 2022, attendees will also have the chance to play the game at the event.
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While Street Fighter fans were hit with an abundance of info (both officially and very unofficially) last month, Capcom has since gone quiet on the new fighter, with nary a new character announcement, trailer, or update to be seen. We are almost guaranteed to hear some new info at EVO, (perhaps even SDCC), hopefully in the form of a character trailer or two. In the meantime, be sure to check out our previous reports on the leaked character roster, the breakdown of Family Man Guile, and a look at the sequel’s intriguing new mechanics.
EVO 2022 will take place at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay resort on the weekend of August 5-7. Tomorrow is the final day to register for the event. Street Fighter 6 launches on PlayStation, PC, and Xbox in 2023.