Street Fighter 6 Mega Man Gala Fighting Pass Coming in March

The Blue Bomber will make his way to Capcom’s Street Fighter 6 as part of the Mega Man Gala Fighting Pass in March.

As part of the Mega Man Gala Fighting Pass, players will be able to get for themselves cosmetic items like avatar gear (including the one and only Mega Buster), photo frames, emotes, and stickers that feature the iconic Mega Man. Music coming with it includes Nash’s Stage, Rose’s Stage, and even Dan’s Stage. Players will also be able to net for themselves some Fighter Coins in the process.

See the full list of Mega Man Gala Fighting Pass perks below:

Learn more with the trailer below:

Street Fighter 6 – Mega Man Gala Fighting Pass

Street Fighter 6 is available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. All those interested about the different editions of this title can do so on the official Street Fighter 6 Product website.

Be sure to check out our review of the base Street Fighter 6 release for the PC, which we gave a score of 90/100.

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