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Psycho Power! M. Bison arrives for Street Fighter 6 today

The latest DLC character, and the first of Season Two, Street Fighter’s biggest bad guy M. Bison is here for SF6.

Psyyyyyycho Crusher

Yes, that’s really M. Bison with long, gray hair, and a tattered cape who’s riding into Street Fighter 6 today. While the villain is older, and has been knocked down a peg or twenty though, he’s no less dangerous. Actually, he might be even more deadly than ever, as he’s more than a little pissed off after waking up in the ruins of his former lab (from the close of SFV).

Here’s a look at him in action, and all that’s included in the pack:

  • World Tour
    • M. Bison’s Master Missions added
  • Fighting Ground
    • M. Bison’s story added to Arcade Mode
  • Shop
    • Shop now includes M. Bison’s Outfit 2, plus Outfit 1 colors 3-10
  • Additional Features/Updates
    • Players can now audibly gear up for battle by selecting to play specific sounds from past Street Fighter™ titles when pre-match Challenger Screens appear
    • When viewing Replays, “1.1x” and “1.2x” playback speed options will now be available, as well as a “Rewind Frame” option (only usable when paused)
    • When a Critical Art can be used, the player’s health bar will now flash
    • Added a shortcut to start Training Mode in the Main Menu
    • In Versus mode, select “Change Match Settings” in the Match Result menu to reset the win/loss record for offline matches/tournaments

Capcom press release

SF6 players can unlock M. Bison today, by way of the Year 2 Character/Ultimate Pass, or by picking him up a’la carte for 350 Fighter Coins. If yo0u do buy him separately, then along with Bison, you’ll also get Outfit 1 and Colors 1 & 2 packed in.

While Bison is awesome alone, he’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Year 2. Still incoming are Street Fighter III’s Elena, along with Terry Bogard and Mai Shiranui from SNK’s iconic Fatal Fury series.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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