Guile Is Coming To Street Fighter 6

Last week’s Sony State of Play gave us our first look at the gameplay of the highly anticipated Street Fighter 6. Today’s Summer Game Fest presentation kicked off with a second look at the game, this time to add another fighter to the roster. Guile has entered the fight.

The news shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone as Guile has been a staple of the popular fighting game franchise for decades. However, it’s always fun to see Capcom update their most iconic warriors for a new outing, and the new trailer gave us a look at the well-coiffed martial artist.

Guile has always had ties to American culture and military elements, and that background continues in the next installment. We see Guile fight against a background environment very reminiscent of his early appearances, with a jet in the background and the towering structure of an aircraft carrier in the distance. Sailors and dockers seem to be gathering and cheering on the fight.

As in the First Look trailer we saw last week, Guile’s movements feature some of the same striking painterly effects we first saw on characters like Ryu and Chun-Li. These bright and colorful effects are a fun contrast to the new, more realistic character designs provided by using the RE engine, the same engine used to create games like Devil May Cry 6, Monster Hunter Rise, and Resident Evil Village is used.

Street Fighter 6 was confirmed earlier this week as the furthest along the series’ timeline, set after the events of Street Fighter 3. So this new look at Guile reflects a slightly older look for the character, but don’t worry; He takes some time before his trailer is finished to whip out a comb and fix his perfectly manicured hair.

Street Fighter 6 is set to release sometime in 2023 on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4 and Steam. Check out the full new trailer below.

https://www.gameinformer.com/summer-game-fest/2022/06/09/guile-is-coming-to-street-fighter-6 Guile Is Coming To Street Fighter 6

Sarah Ridley

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