Friday, October 21st, 2022

New Street Fighter 6 Demo will Debut at Capcom's Osaka Exhibit This November

  

Capcom announced a new Street Fighter 6 demo build will be playable at their upcoming Street Fighter 35th Anniversary Exhibit taking place next month in Osaka, Japan. The exhibit will be open from November 18th through December 25th on the 14th floor of Shinsaibashi PARCO, where those who purchase a ticket will get access to try out the newest build of SF6. Capcom will likely be revealing a new playable character or two prior to the opening of the event. In addition to the new public demo, the venue will reportedly debut new character art and exclusive SF6 loot that attendees can purchase. More details are below...

 

  
At the Osaka venue, the Street Fighter 6 demo will only be available at specific timeslots. While the exhibit will be open from 10:00 - 20:00 JST, access to the demo will begin at 13:00 JST daily. Demo stations will close at 18:00 on Mondays through Thursdays, 19:00 from Fridays to Sundays, and will also be closed on holidays.
 
In addition to Street Fighter 6, the demo area will also feature arcade cabinets of two Capcom classics: Street Fighter II X and Final Fight also accessible by ticket holders. Attendees will also be provided with an additional ticket that gives them access to the arcade cabinets for up to two play sessions. Attendees can even purchase a higher-priced ticket to score a set of hologram stickers featuring chibi artwork of Ryu, Chun-Li, and Juri Han. (We'll post the new character art once Capcom officially reveals it.)
 
Capcom's first Street Fighter 35th Anniversary Exhibit took place back in February-March 2022 in Shibuya, Tokyo, while the second exhibit was held in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka back in June-August 2022. The upcoming Osaka venue will be the third and final location for Capcom's SF35th Anniversary exhibit.
 

  
Be sure to stay tuned on The Fighters Generation for upcoming Street Fighter 6 news, content, announcements, and new character reveals coming soon.

~Frank Joseph, FightersGeneration.com | @Fighters_Gen

 

 Source:  Siliconera           

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