Nintendo systems and Street Fighter games have a long-running history, but the last time we actually got a proper mainline game was Street Fighter IV 3D Edition for the 3DS. The situation hasn't just been tough for Nintendo fans, either. Xbox players missed out on Street Fighter 5 last generation due to Capcom doing a deal with Sony - making it exclusive to the PlayStation.
Fortunately, things are looking up for console players who don't happen to own a PlayStation device. After concerns this trend could continue with the next generation systems, Capcom today confirmed the new game - Street Fighter 6 - would be coming to both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S in 2023. It's also getting a PC release.
Based on the reveal trailer, Street Fighter 6 appears to be mixing things up a little with an "immersive single-player story experience" and Battle Hub where you seemingly run around exploring in between fights. Ryu, Chun-Li and various other characters will also return, along with some new ones, too.
While you probably shouldn't be expecting any SF6 announcements for Switch, if Nintendo does release a beefier console in the future, perhaps Capcom will consider a port now that this new game has also been confirmed for the Xbox. In the meantime, Nintendo gamers can fall back on the Capcom Fighting Collection, which arrives later this month and even includes a few classic Street Fighter games in it.
Apart from this information, Capcom has also updated SF6's logo after it was accused of being an Adobe Stock Graphic. You can see it towards the end of the above trailer. Would you like to one day see this game on a Nintendo system? Leave a comment down below.