Preorder Street Fighter 6 At A Discount Ahead Of Tomorrow's Launch

Street Fighter 6 releases tomorrow, June 2, and you can get Steam keys for any of the three editions for 15% off.


Street Fighter 6, the latest entry in the iconic fighting game franchise, releases tomorrow, June 2. PC gamers who are interested in Street Fighter 6 can save on Steam keys for a limited time. All three editions of Street Fighter 6 are on sale for 15% off at Fanatical. This discount brings the standard edition down to $51 (from $60), the Deluxe edition to $72.24 (normally $85), and the Ultimate edition to just $89.24 (normally $105).

All versions of the game include an extra unlockable character skin for Chun-Li, Jamie, Manon, Dee Jay, Juri, and Ken as a preorder bonus. The Street Fighter 6 Deluxe and Ultimate editions also include additional content. Check out our Street Fighter 6 preorder guide for more information.

Along with the full game and preorder bonuses, you also get a 5% off coupon code usable on future Fanatical purchases.

Street Fighter 6 is one of the most-anticipated releases of 2023, offering all-new game modes and control styles catered to fighting game fans of all levels. Players can create their own customizable character and explore Metro City in the new World Tour mode or hang out and challenge other players in the online Battle Hub.

Beginners can ease their way into the game’s complex mechanics and 18 playable characters with the new Modern and Dynamic control schemes.

Street Fighter 6 releases on June 2 for PC, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4. If you're a console gamer, you can get a free steelbook case with your preorder.

It's shaping up to be a big year for fighting games with Street Fighter 6 and the newly announced Mortal Kombat 1 both releasing over the next few months. For more on the new Mortal Kombat, check out our Mortal Kombat 1 preorder guide.

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