King of Fighters and Street Fighter 6 are two fighting games that are among the most iconic. They’ve persevered where many franchises got buried over time, becoming long-standing icons among the biggest fighters in gaming. Even so far in, both are still releasing loads regular experiences. These two fighters are set for a new crossover with the KoF Street Fighter 6 collaboration.
Rather than SF 6 becoming a new Smash Bros bringing in characters from around gaming, this new crossover is a little more targeted. It’s a crossover that is going to be running for King of Fighters Allstar, a mobile game celebrating the best of the wider world of fighting games.
KoF Street Fighter 6 Collaboration
The King of Fighters mobile game, Allstar, has received an update to its website teasing a new collab. We’ve got a splash page which features some upcoming characters coming to the game in the form of silhouettes. These might not display the characters in full, but we’ve got a solid idea of what to expect from KoF Street Fighter 6.
In the silhouettes, we can see quite a few different characters. Plus, some key art of one of them in full in the announcement of this special website. These include both classic and modern versions of the Street Fighter characters. These are the recognisable picks in the art:
- Cammy (SF 6)
- Juri (SF 6)
- Guile (SF 6)
- Ken (SF 6)
- Guile (Classic)
- Cammy (Classic)
KoF Allstar will seemingly be getting new characters that celebrate both the modern Street Fighter and the classic. This isn’t the only iconic fighting game we’ve seen in the title though. Allstar has also received content from games like Tekken, and even Guilty Gear. Having all of these games all in one is a fun way to celebrate the wide casts of many of the best fighters of all time.
This upcoming event will include the new SF 6 characters, but also some more classic ones. We’re getting a return from characters featured in Street Fighter V previously in Allstar. Having all of these SF picks in one title will give fans plenty to be playing through.