Capcom is rumored to be working on both Marvel VS Capcom 4 and Street Fighter 6. Professional fighting game player FChamp, whose Capcom recently baned competition, revealed the news in a current stream.
Sees Capcom running Street Fighter 5 for 18 months or more than two decades, but it might be longer depending on the status of COVID-19.
The reliability of FChamp’s remarks is quite problematic. First, FChamp says he learned this information in 2019 early from a pal of Capcom but will also provide details on Capcom plans.
It’s uncertain if he heard new information from another source, or was he guessing these details, or was confusing the old data with the details.
The possibility that both Marvell VS Capcom 4 and Street Fighter 6 will be developed at the same time is no exception.
It’s time to create a street fighter game that is new, and previous games’ prevalence has declined in the last several decades. The sequel to Marvel VS Capcom confronted issues.
It has led to the postponement of the announcement of Street Fighter 6.
Though no specific details are awarded, ” he continued, COVID-19 postponed the creation of both projects.
Fchamp alleges that he had friends in Capcom Years and that those buddies confirmed that Marvel VS Capcom 4 and Street Fighter 6 were working. However, mid-2020’s specific status remains unknown.
FChamp states this information is from the start of 2019, but he shares some surprising and recent details. In 2019, Capcom was said to have contacted Marvel to talk. For now, Capcom is working on move character sets and attributes but still needs Marvel approval.
Street Fighter 6 was rumored to be announced during the Street Fighter 5 event of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Without information about either game, these rumored games Should be considered with skepticism. He says COVID-19 has decided to extend the life of Street Fighter 5 in the season and DLC.
The postponement of the Olympics doesn’t indicate that Capcom and Marvel don’t like the sequel.