Street Fighter 6 All Editions
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All Street Fighter 6 Editions explained: Deluxe, Ultimate, pre-order bonuses, and more

What Edition are you getting?

Street Fighter 6 just had a big showcase that revealed the three Editions of the game that you can pre-order right now. The game comes out on June 2, 2023, and is one of our most anticipated games of 2023. There is still time to make a decision before it’s too late to reap the pre-order bonuses. Regardless if you pre-order or not, here are the three Editions of Street Fighter 6 and if they are worth it.

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Note: For more information on all things Street Fighter 6, check out our news and guides page.

Standard, Deluxe, and Ultimate Street Fighter 6 Editions, Explained

There are three Street Fighter 6 Editions to buy: the Standard Edition, Deluxe Edition, and Ultimate Edition. Each Edition is different, offering different bonuses.

Street Fighter 6 Release Date

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Standard Edition – Street Fighter 6

The Standard Edition costs USD $59.99 and only gets you the full game. Street Fighter 6 is a big game that features a World Tour open-world story mode, Arcade mode, and much more, so getting the full game at USD $59.99 is a solid option.

Deluxe Edition – Street Fighter 6

The Deluxe Edition costs USD $84.99 and gets you the full game and the Year 1 character pass. The Year 1 character pass will likely be purchasable on its own, which means buying the Deluxe or Ultimate Editions isn’t the only way to get it. That being said, if you want to play the four new characters coming out in Street Fighter 6 Year 1, you’ll save money by getting the Deluxe Edition.

Street Fighter 6 Year 1 Dlc

Ultimate Edition – Street Fighter 6

The Ultimate Edition is the final Edition on offer. It costs USD $104.99 and gets you the full game and the Year 1 Ultimate Pass. On top of getting the Year 1 characters, the Ultimate Pass grants you Outfit 1 Colors 3-10, Outfit 2 with colors 1-10, Outfit 3 with colors 1-10 for the four new characters, two additional stages, and 7,700 Drive Tickets which is the in-game currency. The Ultimate Edition gets you a lot of extra content if that’s your thing.

Is the Street Fighter 6 Ultimate Edition worth it?

If you know for a fact you’ll be playing Street Fighter 6 for a very long time, then the Ultimate Edition is definitely worth it. You could go with the Deluxe Edition if you plan on loving Street Fighter 6 and just want the four new characters. However, if you want the best cosmetic options for the new characters, new stages, and a nice chunk of currency, then the Ultimate Edition is worth it.

Street Fighter 6 pre-order bonuses, explained

Street Fighter 6 Pre Order Bonuses

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After deciding which Edition you want to get, if you buy any of them before June 2, 2023, which is when the game releases, then you’ll secure a few pre-order bonuses. The pre-order bonuses for Street Fighter 6 are as follows.

  • Outfit 1 Color 10 for Chun-Li, Jamie, Manon, Dee Jay, Juri, Ken
  • Special Titles and Stickers (Unique art designs of the 18 launch characters)

Who are the four Street Fighter 6 Year 1 characters?

Knowing about the four Year 1 characters could sway your decision on which Edition you want to buy. The four Year 1 characters that are only accessible through a character pass are Rashid, A.K.I., Akuma, and Ed. We are scheduled to get Rashid in Summer 2023, A.K.I. in Autumn 2023, Akuma in Spring 2024, and Ed in Winter 2024. After these Year 1 characters, we will get a Year 2 roadmap with four more new characters.


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