Street Fighter 6 Reveals Lily’s Theme Music “Diosa Del Sol”

Street Fighter 6 Reveals Lily's Theme Music "Diosa Del Sol"

Today Capcom released a new video of the upcoming fighting game street fighter 6focusing fully on the soundtrack.

The video showcases the theme music track of the brand new character Lily, titled “Diosa Del Sol.” The title translates as “Goddess of the Sun” in Spanish.

Lily was unveiled a couple of months ago during the latest PlayStation State of Play livestream alongside two returning characters, Cammy and Zangief (who got his own music reveal a few days ago).

You can check out her track in the video below.

If you’re unfamiliar with Lily, she’s making her debut in street fighter 6albeit she has connections with a well-known established character, as you can read below.

“A new addition to the roster, Lily will seem familiar to some as she is a descendant of the Thunderfoot tribe, the same tribe as the iconic T. Hawk who was first seen in Super Street Fighter II. Small but mighty, Lily speaks with the spirits of nature at her home in the vibrant Thunderfoot Settlement and defeats enemies with her ferocious Condor Dive, Condor Spire, and Tomahawk Buster. Condor Wind will grant one Windclad stock, which powers up each of the aforementioned moves. Lily wields her war clubs to barrage opponents in her Level 1 Super Art Breezing Hawk and slams her enemies to the ground with her Level 3 Super Art Raging Typhoon.”

Recently, we’ve seen many gameplay clips showcasing full matches played by the developers including Cammy versus Manon, Lily herself versus E. Honda, Marisa versus Manon, Dee Jay versus Dhalsim, Blanka versus JP, and Zangief versus Marisa. We recently also learned that Japanese actress Hikaru Takahashi joined the roster of commentators for the Real-Time Commentary feature introduced for the game.

street fighter 6 is releasing on June 2, 2023. This time around, it’s returning to its multiplatform nature, as it’ll launch for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. It’ll also come to the arcades via Taito, albeit that version won’t probably leave Japan at least for the time being.


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