To help people prepare for Street Fighter 6, Capcom started sharing “how to play” videos for characters like Chun-Li and Ryu. The clips for both appeared over the weekend. Each one shows the characters in the training stage with commentary to help people understand how their traits can help with certain attacks.
First, here’s the one showing how to play as Ryu in Street Fighter 6. It cited his “intuitive” moves, as well as the ability to use Hadoken projectile and mid-range moves to allow someone to attack, but perhaps still remain out of reach. It also pointed out how some of his attacks, when used, help move him toward the opponent to set up a combo.
With a set of familiar, intuitive moves that facilitate a consistent playstyle, Ryu is an excellent choice for everyone from beginners to experts. pic.twitter.com/sF752b7Stg
— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) May 14, 2023
In the video clip going over how to play as Chun-Li in Street Fighter 6, it noted her speed when moving and attacking. It pointed out how she has easy-to-execute moves, like Ryu, and that they can chain into her special attacks. It ended by emphasizing the versatility of her Hazanshu attack.
Chun-Li's fast walk speed gives her virtually limitless ways to attack, with a collection of moves that are perfect for punishing openings in your opponent's gameplan. pic.twitter.com/VJnnQpNoFg
— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) May 15, 2023
People can already take advantages of opportunities to try to play as Chun-Li and Ryu in Street Fighter 6. The demo is available now. In the Versus mode section of it, you can use either Ryu or Luke. There will also be an open beta later this week. Both Chun-Li and Ryu will be among the characters playable during it.
Street Fighter 6 will appear on the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC on June 2, 2023. A demo is available now. Its open beta will appear May 19-21, 2023. It will also show up in arcades after launch.