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Street Fighter 6 Kimberly Character Spotlight Released

The second character spotlight released today, see Kimberly in action with the latest trailer for Capcom’s Street Fighter 6.

A devout fan of 80’s music, sneakers, and large numbers, Kimberly is the the 39th successor to Bushinryu and an uninvited student to Guy.

New to the Street Fighter series, she possesses a playstyle that revolves around speed and keeping opponents on their toes. She starts with two Shuriken Bombs, which can be used as delayed explosives to force opponents to react or can be utilized to extend combos.

Her first Super Art is Bushin Beats, her second Super Art is Bushin Scramble, and her third Super Art is Bushin Ninjastar Cypher.

See her in action with the trailer below:

Note that players can also play the Open Beta for Street Fighter 6 from May 19-21 on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. Included in this beta are eight characters, the Battle Hub experience, and online crossplay.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Street Fighter 6 – Open Beta Announce Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC worldwide on June 2. The game will also come to Japanese arcades in 2023.

Source: YouTube
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