Street Fighter proposes a change of cycle within the series at an aesthetic and musical level.
You don’t have to be a fan of Street Fighter to realize that Street Fighter VI has a completely different style of his latest installment and any other proposal of the genre. Not only on an aesthetic level, music too has played a key role in shaping the new visual and gameplay proposal for Street Fighter VI.
From the already known characters, Chun-Li or Guile to new characters like Kimberly, it shows that urban culture has had great influence among the creators of Street Fighter VI to shape the aesthetic, playable and musical section of the most urban and modern proposal of the series to date.
The Street Fighter of the new generation of gamers
During an interview with SPINproducer Shuhei Matsumoto and main composer Yoshiya Terayama confirmed that the music for Street Fighter is specially designed to be unique for the purpose of mark a change of cycle and welcome a new generation of players. To do this, combine hip-hop beats with classic themes from the Street Fighter Original Soundtrack.
Matsumoto highlights all the elements they have taken from hip-hop culture, such as elements of rap, DJ sounds, graffiti and dance that are now part of the game in one way or another. As usual, both the aesthetics and the musical accompaniment have been influenced by the origin of each fighter, their creators clarify. The ultimate goal of the project is to create a soundtrack that fans can listen toTerayama explains.