Street Fighter 6 Will Let Players Choose Which Single-Player Modes To Download
Capcom’s forthcoming fighting game, 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 has 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.
This is a welcome feature that we’ve also seen in a few other games, such as recent Call of Duty titles, which are known for taking up a huge chunk of storage space.
Previously, it was reported that Capcom may have scheduled an open beta for Street Fighter 6 for sometime later this month in April, 2023. According to Eiko Kano, a talent and streamer who is regularly invited to Capcom TV, an open beta for Street Fighter 6 is scheduled to happen this month in April, 2023. Going by the way he casually revealed this information, he didn’t seem aware that Capcom has yet to make an official announcement in this regard.
Additionally, the pre-load date and download size for Street Fighter 6 have also been revealed.
Street Fighter VI was announced on February 21, 2022 for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. The game introduces the Drive System, which involves managing the Drive Gauge. This gauge can be used to execute five different techniques that can help you improve your attack or defense. A Drive Impact is a strong blow that may absorb an opponent’s oncoming attack and results in a wall splat. Drive Parry may be used to deflect an opponent’s assault while also replenishing your Drive Gauge.