Street Fighter's Seth recreated in Soulcalibur VI

Dec 21 2019 2 min read

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Soulcalibur VI player CisnaBalandor has created a custom character in the game that looks just like Street Fighter V: Champion Edition's upcoming character, Seth. The character, however, makes use of Azwel’s fighting style.

Seth is the Street Fighter IV antagonist that will soon return with Champion Edition's release. However, Capcom has decided to give the being a new makeover as Seth now inhabits the body of Doll Unit Zero, explaining the new feminine look. Many like CisnaBalandor have taken a liking to the brand new design, inspiring the creation of fan art from all corners of the internet.

However, CisnaBalandor was also kind enough to reproduce the original Seth design as well, for those that prefer it. The attention to detail is quite nice as the new custom version even has the ring of hair while old Seth’s Tandem Engine spins. According to Capcom, the leader of S.I.N. never had a gender, to begin with, especially considering Seth is more machine than human. The feminine body and masculine voice make an interesting mix.

Seth will arrive with Street Fighter V: Champion Edition when it launches on February 14, 2020. Street Fighter III villain Gill and the new V-Skill 2 techniques are already available in-game.


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