Parents need to know that Street Fighter 6 is an upcoming fighting game for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and Windows PCs. This is the latest chapter in the globally popular fighting franchise, which has inspired games, movies, tv shows, and more. The game will feature three separate game play modes. The first is Fighting Ground, which will feature training modes, arcade play, and multiplayer matches. The second is the World Tour, a story-based mode driven by a player's custom created avatar, allowing you to interact with other brawlers and get into adventures (or misadventures) in the world of Street Fighter. The third is the Battle Hub, a virtual arcade where players can spectate matches of players that are fighting online, practice their fighting moves, or challenge players in ranked or unranked play. The Hub is introduced by Eternity, a young MC running an entertainment channel where players are shown the extras of the location, such as the open tournaments that anyone can enter to boost their standing. Players will also gain access to online challenges that change on a daily basis. Completing these will provide additional tickets and currency that can be used to purchase avatar gear like helmets, gloves, and other bonuses. Players will also find that special events in the Battle Hub, such as a player on a five or ten game winning streak, will get announced over the loudspeaker in the area, which can drive people to tune into watch those matches. Fight-wise, there's a lot of the brawling combat that the Street Fighter franchise is known for, although there is a new Drive Impact meter that can be used to cancel incoming strikes from opponents while triggering your own powerful strike. This meter is charged up with each successful hit you land, or from taking blows from your opponent, so you'll want to gauge the best time to use this meter to enhance your attack. It's not unavoidable, and in closed beta fight matches it did result in some overuse by players, but it also forces a bit more attention of the part of each gamer knowing that a strike could be held in reserve that could overwhelm an opponent. Obviously, as a fighting game, combat is the focus of play, but while you'll use fists, feet, and energy projectiles like fireballs or sonic booms, very little blood is shown as a result of battle. There may be varying levels of profanity, and multiplayer matches aren't moderated, so the chat could be filled with inappropriate comments. While there are some indications that older Capcom titles could be included in the game, which could raise some interest in those titles. One character drinks alcohol as part of his martial art, known as drunken boxing. Otherwise, there probably won't be anything inappropriate included in the game.