Street Fighter 6: Kimberly and Juri Revealed in New Trailer

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Capcom has announced two new additions to the Street Fighter 6 roster. Revealed on-stage at EVO 2022, and later posted to Twitter, the trailer shows off Kimberly and Juri.

Juri first appeared in Super Street Fighter IV, and is described as a sadistic thrill-seeker. The spunky ninja Kimberly is brand new to Street Figher VI. You can check out both characters in the new trailer below.

Kimberly’s moveset seems to focus on fast-paced jabs and aerial kicks, with a number of devastating bicycle kicks shown in the trailer. Juri rides into battle on a motorcycle, before unleashing a flurry of tornado kicks on her opponents.

After a teaser trailer earlier this year, Street Fighter 6 was formally revealed at the June 2022 State of Play. The initial trailer confirmed a number of characters, including Ryu, Luke, and Chun-Li. We also know that Jamie and Guile are playable in the game.

Street Fighter 6: Kimberly and Juri Reveal Trailer Screenshots

Street Fighter 6 is set to launch in 2023 on PlayStation 5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, and Street Fighter 6 director Takayuki Nakayama told IGN that the game will include cross-play and rollback netcode. The game will also have character-specific taunts and pregame emotes, giving you new ways to interact with your opponents.

EVO 2022 has been a very busy event for new fighting game announcements. For more, check out SNK’s announcement of a new Fatal Fury, Bandai Namco teasing the next Tekken game, the first Guilty Gear Strive Season Pass 2 character, rollback netcode coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ, and why Arc System Works wants more fighting games with iconic characters.

Logan Plant is a freelance writer for IGN. You can find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.

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