Street Fighter 6 has some different clothes, but Capcom needs to bring them back.
Street Fighter 6 is finally out, giving players the chance to fight with 18 different characters. Six of these characters are brand new, but the other twelve have appeared in previous Street Fighter games. Because of this, Capcom has a lot of different outfits to choose from for Street Fighter 6.
In SF6, every fighter already has one alternate costume. Most of the experienced fighters’ alternate costumes are just their original outfits from Street Fighter 2, like Chun Li’s blue qipao. But there are a few other outfits from the past that fans would love to see in Street Fighter 6.
Luke – Battle Outfit
The new main character in Street Fighter 6 may be a responsible and hard-working gym owner now, but it hasn’t been long since he was a posh young fighter who wanted to fight anyone.
His Street Fighter 5 Battle Outfit, in which he wears a bright basketball jersey, baggy shorts, and heavy shoes instead of the bare feet he often wears for MMA battles, is the greatest method to demonstrate this point. His outfit consists of a bright basketball jersey, baggy shorts, and heavy shoes. The fact that his sleeves are fully exposed draws attention to the size of his biceps and triceps. They demonstrate how well-trained his arms are and give the impression that he is ready to make the transition from the court to the ring at any moment.
Cammy – Killer Bee
Cammy didn’t wear her usual army-green thong leotard when she worked for Shadaloo in the Alpha series. Instead, she wore a blue leotard and garrison cap with a yellow tie, her red gauntlets, and blue lightning-bolt ‘tattoos’.
This outfit became known as her “Killer Bee costume” because it reminded people of when she was a killer for Shadaloo before she stopped being brainwashed and joined MI6. The Killer Bee is an important part of Cammy’s outfit. It shows up in both Street Fighter 4 and Street Fighter 5.
Juri – True Boss
The artist JnXC made Juri’s True Boss outfit, which was one of two fan-made costumes for Street Fighter 5 (the other was her Spider costume). It was added to the game as a DLC outfit.
Because of its one-of-a-kind silhouette and Bison-like color scheme, Juri’s True Boss costume, which consisted of a combination of M. Bison’s military cap, Sagat’s eyepatch, and Seth’s cloak, became an instant fan favorite almost as soon as it was released. Even though Juri has a wide variety of options for other costumes, the True Boss costume stands out as one of the most impressive.
Chun-Li – Battle Outfit
The Battle Outfit that Chun Li wears into battle is noticeably more see-through than her qipao. At first, it was only available as a bonus for pre-ordering Street Fighter 5, but it was eventually made available for purchase in-game as well. It is a beautiful evening dress in black and gold, and it does not have any sleeves. There is a bow in a crisp red that binds the whole thing together.
It’s also one of the few times Chun-Li doesn’t wear her hair in a bun and lets it fall loose behind her, which is a beautiful look that players don’t see very often.
Akuma – Cyber Akuma
The fearsome monster Akuma is frightening and powerful enough on his own without any assistance. In spite of this, the version featured in Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter that was partially mechanized (thanks to the Marvel villain Apocalypse) and had a sleek look has become a classic due to the absurd nature of the game’s premise.
Cyber Akuma is a costume for Akuma that has been seen in Flappy Bird and Street Fighter 5. It has a cybernetic eyepiece, secret steel wings, and one arm that is completely made of metal. So, it makes sense for him to be Akuma’s different look in Street Fighter 6 when he comes out.
Ryu – School Uniform
This outfit from Street Fighter 5 appears to have been influenced by another fighting game developed by Capcom called Rival Schools. It is not Ryu’s customary white karate gi, but rather a traditional banch, which is the uniform of choice for Japanese high school dropouts. As part of the ensemble, he is wearing a chic black jacket that has a sophisticated blue and gold storm cloud print along the inside of the jacket and going all the way down to his feet.
During games, Ryu’s jacket flows beautifully behind him, but what really makes this costume stand out is that the character has chosen to hold a small sprouting branch in his mouth like a toothpick. Ryu is still in touch with nature even though he acts like a bad guy.
Chun-Li – Alpha
The reason why Chun-Li wears her clothing from the Alpha series the most is that it is her most versatile attire. Because of how well-known it is, even the video game Fortnite has included it. Because the embroidered jacket and the unitard are so dissimilar to her typical qipa. This new outfit is a significant departure from her customary attire. On the other hand, it maintains the blue and gold colors that are her trademark. And the contours on her chest are the same as they were in her traditional getup.
This more comfy, sportswear-style outfit came back in Street Fighter 4 and Street Fighter 5. Which shows that it deserves to be popular and come back in Street Fighter 6.
Juri – School Uniform
This alternate outfit for the evil femme fatale Juri first appeared in Street Fighter 5. Instead of her usual scary bodysuit, it is a highly modified school uniform.
Juri has never appeared more goth than she does right now. She is wearing a black jacket with her spider sign embroidered on it, goth patches, ripped tights. And a variety of spiked chains, bracelets, and chokers. Her hair, which has been split-dyed, shifts color to match each of the color slots. Within Street Fighter 6, her other colors functioned in the same manner.
Street Fighter 6 is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox X/S.