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Street Fighter 6 Alternate Costumes Are Starting To Leak Ahead Of Launch

Alternate costumes for some of the characters in Capcom’s upcoming fighting game, Street Fighter 6, have started to leak ahead of the game’s launch on June 2, 2023.

Alternate costumes for the first 5 characters on the Street Fighter 6 roster i.e. Ryu, Chun-Li, Jamie, Guile, and Luke, were revealed at San Diego Comic Con last year. Now, we get a first look at the alternate costumes for Marisa and Aki via a leaked image that has emerged online.

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Marisa’s alternate outfit appears to be a white suit, while Aki’s alternate costume is a gown of some sort. As for the other characters, Ryu’s alternate outfit is his iconic white gi from Street Fighter IV, with a red headband and red gloves. It’s worth mentioning that Ryu has only recently deviated from this appearance, adopting his master Gouken’s kasaya as his standard attire in Street Fighter 6. Furthermore, he reverts to his clean-shaven face while sporting the alternate costume.

Meanwhile, Chun-Li’s alternate costume is the classic attire she wore in Street Fighter 2, with spiked bracelets on her wrists. Guile’s alternate outfit is his his classic air force costume. Luke sports a yellow jacket, a hat, and pants as his alternate costume. Lastly, Jamie also wears a yellow jacket, but his is more of a vest-style variant.

Previously, it was revealed that Street Fighter 6 will allow players to choose which of the game’s single-player modes they’d like to download and install. The Xbox Store added add-on packs for single-player modes featured in Street Fighter 6, including one for the Fighting Ground mode and another for the World Tour mode. What this essentially means is that Street Fighter 6 will offer greater flexibility with respect to file management, allowing players to only download and install the single-player modes that they’re interested in. By doing so, they’ll be able to save some storage space for other games.

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