Capcom Warns Players Who “Access” Outside “Street Fighter 6″ [beta] specified period” may be banned from competitive play.
In a statement posted to the developer’s social media channels, Capcom said that any such access outside the approved beta period would be considered a “violation of the Capcom Pro Tour Code of Conduct”.
“It has come to our attention that some users are using the Street Fighter 6 Closed Beta Test (CBT) software and playing the game outside of the stipulated period,” the statement begins.
“This is a violation of the CBT Terms of Service and may be viewed as a violation of the Capcom Pro Tour Code of Conduct.
The statement continues, “For the avoidance of doubt, from this point forward, any player shown with clear evidence of accessing CBT in an unauthorized manner will be deemed ineligible for the upcoming Capcom Pro Tour and Street Fight League seasons.” could.”
“We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in helping us maintain the fairness and competitive integrity of our competitions.”
The developer stopped short of confirming what, exactly, the “clear evidence” would be, but was unequivocal in its insistence that any “unauthorized” access would result in sanctions to ensure that Street Fighter 6 pros have There is no extra time to practice.
Capcom recently announced the first four DLC characters coming to Street Fighter 6, and dropped a new demo on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
Four playable characters are set for the first year of Street Fighter 6. They are Rashid (summer 2023), AKI (autumn – 2023), Akuma (spring 2024) and Ed (winter 2024). Fighter is scheduled to release on June 2.