Street Fighter 6 World Tour mode will reportedly be similar to a Yakuza game

Street Fighter 6 World Tour mode will reportedly be similar to a Yakuza game
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Street Fighter 6 continues its steady march to the top of best-selling charts and the game’s continued success is due in part to its exciting single-player mode called World Tour. Never has a fighting game had this type of RPG element to it in the past, so both genre followers and action adventure fans alike are naturally excited to get stuck in with Capcom’s unique campaign offering.

Now, although the critically acclaimed installment is yet to be released, several media members and content creators have already been able to get a look at everything that the game has to offer. Because of this, not only do we know what the opening character list is going to look like but we now also have an idea of World Tour’s gameplay and environment and it seems as if the upcoming single-player mode’s design will be similar to that of the popular action RPG, Yakuza.

According to an in-depth Street Fighter 6 review from Infil, World Tour will apparently encourage you “to explore, to craft a unique build, to find wacky side quests, to build relationships with your favorite characters, and in general just be as goofy as possible the entire time.” If you’ve played any of the main line Yakuza entries that have been released so far, then all of these elements should remind you of Sega’s RPG creation and its whimsical and entertaining nature.

The Street Fighter 6 demo that Capcom previously released also gave us a preview of what Metro City is going to look like and the comparisons to Yakuza become even harder to deny. Apart from the fact that you get to create your own avatar in the beginning, being introduced to the iconic NPC’s, running around the urban setting, and using various recovery items are all reminiscent of the Japanese mafia-based series.

So now that the Street Fighter 6 release date is almost here, we should soon get the chance to try out this exciting fighting game RPG experience for ourselves. Just don’t expect a combat system similar to Yakuza, or you might just end up with more losses than wins.

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