Street Fighter 6 leak seemingly reveals full roster and character art – Destructoid

Familiar faces in hidden places

Eagle-eyed Street Fighter fans, who understandably picked through yesterday’s Street Fighter 6 gameplay trailer with a fine toothcomb, quickly uncovered a “leak” (I see you, Capcom), that consisted of several flash frames — buried deep within the trailer — that named multiple characters for the exciting-looking sequel.

And then… mere hours later, everything blew wide open…

Earlier today, several online communities, including 4Chan, Twitter, and ResetEra, began sharing an image that seemingly reveals the entirety of Street Fighter 6‘s launch roster, complete with some pretty badass-looking character art showing off each and every fighter. You can check out the full image below, as compiled and identified by Reddit user Zetra3.

While the original source of this particular leak remains up for debate (given that the image surfaced and was then reposted in multiple communities in double-quick time), it is the accuracy of these visual depictions of Ryu, Chun-Li, Luke, and newcomers Jamie and Kimberely, all of whom appeared in yesterday’s trailer, that suggest this is, indeed, the authentic launch roster of Street Fighter 6.


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So, who’s on the agenda? Well, we have the original eight Street Fighter II World Warriors, from Ryu and Ken through Zangief, Dhalsim, and Blanka, (note: no Shadaloo bosses at all). Super Turbo finds its representation in the form of fan-favorite Cammy and a returning Dee Jay Maximum, while newer SFV superstars Rashid, Ed, and Luke also put in an appearance. Huh, Ed made it, even though Luke — another young, blond, fist-throwing pugilist — is the SF6 poster boy. I did not see that coming.

These familiar faces are accompanied by no less than seven newcomers, including the meaty-looking Marisa, the funky-fresh Kimberely, baller boomer JP and the mysterious A.K.I. — who probably has very little to do with Nintendo 64 wrestling games. Of course, the single most important revelation here is that of Korean taekwondo expert, wild-eyed assassin, and all-round my wife Juri Han, who is looking as awesome as ever. In fact, everybody looks wicked, and perfectly in keeping with SF6‘s “Back to the Streets” vibe. Should this exciting leak prove genuine, this is a very fine-lookin’ launch roster.

Street Fighter 6 launches in 2023 on PlayStation, PC, and Xbox platforms.

Chris Moyse

Senior Editor – Chris has been playing video games since the 1980s. Former Saturday Night Slam Master. Graduated from Galaxy High with honors. Twitter: @ChrisxMoyse

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