Street Fighter 6 to Have Separately Downloadable Game Modes

Street Fighter 6 To Feature Separately Downloadable Game Modes to Save Storage

Abdullah Waseem
Abdullah Waseem
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  • SF6 to have separately downloadable game modes
  • Will help in saving storage
  • Comes out on June 2, 2023

Street Fighter 6 swings into action in just a few months from now. A new feature for the game rarely seen with any other title before has been spotted by a Twitter user, HazzadorGamin. According to the official Microsoft Store, Street Fighter will have separately downloadable game modes from the main game.

Street Fighter 6 Will Let You Download Game Modes Separately to Save Space

It seems that Capcom is looking to provide all options with Street Fighter 6. Earlier it was revealed that the game would have Classic, Modern, and Dynamic controls to choose from. The customizability doesn’t end here, now through the official store, it has been revealed that SF6 will have separately downloadable game modes from the main game.

This is a really positive step and other game developers should also learn from it. Having different game modes as downloadable options is surely going to save a lot of space. The Steam page for SF6 states that the title will require around 60GB of free space indicating quite a massive title. So, while you’re going through the main game, you won’t have to download other modes, consequently saving storage.

SF6 is aiming to be quite a big massive title in terms of space. SF5 only took 35GB of space and the initial total for the sixth entry is already scaling up to 60GB. Therefore here, Street Fighter 6’s separate downloadable game modes are going to come in handy. We also hope developers integrate this feature with other big titles too. Street Fighter 6 launches on June 2, 2023.

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Abdullah is an avid gamer who primarily plays single-player titles. If you can't find him anywhere, he'll probably be at his desk playing The Witcher 3 for the millionth time. When he isn't playing games, he's either reading or writing about them.
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