Capcom has been accused of modifying an $80 stock image from Adobe’s website for the Street Fighter 6 logo, which was officially announced yesterday.
Aurich Lawson, the Creative Director at Ars Technica, has observed that the fighting game sequel’s logo is very similar to the Adobe Stock Image, which is available for $79.99. It features the SF letters in a hexagon, replacing the traditional sketch art style seen in previous Street Fighter instalments.
The new Street Fighter 6 logo is $80 on Adobe’s Stock site. I don’t even know what to say. I knew it was generic but I didn’t realise it was this bad. They searched for ‘SF’ on a stock logo site and rounded a couple corners and added the 6.
Capcom has made some alterations as mentioned, including the fact the letters SF are tilted and the hexagon is noticeable thinner. However, it’s definitely very similar when you compare them either way. Adobe’s logo can be purchased as an AI/EPS file, which means anyone can tweak it in Adobe Illustrator.
Related Content – Sony PS5 Complete Guide – Everything Explained On PlayStation 5 For New Users
Street Fighter 6 has yet to attract a release date and it’s currently unknown what platform(s) it will be released on.
[Source – Aurich on Twitter]