First, there is Kimberly, a brand-new Street Fighter character who "employs conventional ninja methods with an urban touch along with aerosol cans and her beloved pocket cassette player." \n \nTakayuki Nakayama, the director of the Street Fighter 6 video game, describes Kimberly as a "specialist in running and airborne attacks" and notes that the team "aimed to build an outfit suitable for her quick and acrobatic motions since she excels in sports like track-and-field and cheering." \n \nThe vicious warrior Juri, who made her Street Fighter 4 debut, will also be making a comeback as a member of the Street Fighter 6 roster, according to the second half of the trailer. \n \nWith a recognizable but modified moveset for both fans and beginners, Juri makes a deadly comeback, according to the teaser. Nakayama explains that the fighter's appearance is slightly different from how she appeared in Street Fighter 4 and that her attire "has been altered to meet the Street Fighter 6 concept." \n \nAlong with confirming two new characters, Capcom attended Evo 2022 and debuted a brand-new teaser for Street Fighter 6's Full Motion Commentary functionality. \n \nA hectic few days for fighting game releases occurred at Evo 2022, according to other gaming news; \n \nAccording to Street Fighter 6 director Takayuki Nakayama, the game will support cross-play and rollback netcode when it launches in 2023 \n \non the PlayStation 5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Additionally, the game will have character-specific taunts, and pregame emotes that will give you additional opportunities to communicate with your rivals. \n \nDuring the June 2022 State of Play, Street Fighter 6 was formally unveiled. The brawler won't be a PlayStation exclusive; Capcom has stated that it would also be released on Xbox and PC since the announcement. There are reports that the game, anticipated to arrive in 2023, would feature cross-platform play. \n \nFor fighting game announcements, Evo 2022 was a busy few days. First, SNK stated that a new Fatal Fury game—the first since 1999—is developing.