Capcom has announced it’ll be holding a second closed beta for upcoming fighting game Street Fighter 6.
This latest test will feature the same 8 characters as last time, but will also feature some changes from the previous beta. Once more, you’ll also be able to try out cross-platform play, online and offline modes and more.
Here’s when the second Street Fighter 6 closed beta is taking part, and how you can get yourself in there.
Street Fighter 6 closed beta – start date and end times, platforms
The second Street Fighter 6 closed beta will kick off from Friday December 16, 2022 at 8am UTC (00:00am PT) until Monday December 19, 2022 at 7am UTC (00:00am PT).
The beta will take place on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC – there are no plans to carry out the closed beta on PlayStation 4 at this time.
Street Fighter 6 closed beta – how to sign up
First off, if you participated in the previous Street Fighter 6 beta – you’re already set. You’ll get entry into this one, and can jump right in as it goes live.
Alas, if you’ve not signed up already – you’ve missed your window for now as sign ups closed on December 11, 2022. Keep an eye out, in case another beta is announced.
You will need a Capcom ID, as you’ll be asked to complete a survey on the completion of the beta. You’ll also need an account for the console you wish to play on, or a Steam account if on PC.
In a slight change from the previous beta, all players are now required to link their Capcom ID to their platform account before the beta takes place. You can check out this guide on Capcom’s website.
You’ll be informed if you got into the beta after December 14, 2022. Check your emails after that point, and be sure to check your junk mail folders just in case.
Street Fighter 6 closed beta additional FAQ
How do I get the Street Fighter 6 closed beta?
If you want to get into the second Street Fighter closed beta, you must sign up for the beta on Capcom’s website by December 11, 2022.
Will there be a Street Fighter 6 open beta?
Capcom hasn’t announced any plans yet for further closed or an open beta for Street Fighter 6. If that changes before the game’s launch, we’ll let you know.
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