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Street Fighter 6: How to Get TMNT Costumes and Content

Here's how to unlock all of the TMNT collab content in Street Fighter 6.

Street Fighter 6 is having its first TMNT collab with an in-game event. Some of the tubular items that you can get during the celebration include skins, stickers, and emotes. Unfortunately, there aren’t any characters from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to unlock, but that’s no surprise. We just got Rashid and are waiting for the rest of the Season 1 content to drop over the coming months. Until then, here’s how to get SF6 TMNT costumes, as well as other event items and their prices.

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How to Get TMNT Costumes and Content in Street Fighter 6

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Go to the Collaboration Shop in the Battle Hub to access the TMNT collab costumes and content. It’s located on the rear side of the Battle Hub, just left of the Big Screen and Game Center. Talk to the vendor to get access. With that done, go to the related shops from the Multi-Menu directly. Just click on the Shop button and then scroll through the Crossover Items tab at the top.

Street Fighter 6 TMNT Emotes, Stickers, Wallpapers, and Photo Frames

Content such as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles emotes and wallpapers can be found on the collaboration shop’s first screen or in the Crossover Items tab located in the Shop menu. They can only be purchased with the premium Fighter Coins currency.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ContentFighter Coins Price
TMNT Sticker Set A100
TMNT Sticker Set B100
TMNT – Heroic Poses250
TMNT – Pizza Time!250
TMNT Frame 1100
TMNT Frame 2100
TMNT Frame 3100
TMNT Frame 4100
Cowabunga Wallpaper100
Turtle Power Wallpaper100

How to Unlock Street Fighter 6 TMNT Costumes

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Within the same list as the other content, scroll until you reach the Go to the Hub Goods Shop option at the bottom. Click on that, and you’ll be taken to a special collaboration version of the shop, which has full-body TMNT costumes and stand-alone bandana items.

One thing about the TMNT skins that’s important to point out is that this is not the same Hub Goods Shop that’s located near the entrance of the Battle Hub. You won’t be able to access any TMNT collab items from that Goods Shop. Both the costumes and the Bandanas require a hefty amount of Fighters Coins.

TMNT SkinsFighter Coins Price
Leonardo Body750
Raphael Body750
Donatello Body750
Michelangelo Body750
Leonardo Bandana250
Raphael Bandana250
Donatello Bandana250
Michelangelo Bandana250

For comparison, it takes 250 Fighter Coins to unlock the Premium Rewards Tier on a fighting pass and 350 Fighter Coins to unlock Rashid. Considering that the minimum amount of Fighter Coins you can buy is 250 for $4.99, that means the TMNT costumes cost a whopping $15 each and the Bandanas an additional $5 each.

If you absolutely need to dress up your avatar entirely as your favorite half-shell heroes with these skins, you’ll need to buy the biggest bundle and then the smallest bundle to be the most efficient. However, this still won’t net you the bandanas or other content, so you might want to evaluate which cosmetic skins speaks the most to you.

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How to Unlock Free TMNT Titles and a Music Track

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There’s a small amount of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle content that can be unlocked for free, and it’s a selection of titles and a music track. These can be accessed from the News menu.

  • Scroll to the recent announcement about the collaboration and accept the available gift. The music track is the same that was heard in the trailer, which is a CAP-JAMS arrangement of the original 90’s cartoon theme with vocals by Aleks Le, the voice actor of Luke.

How Long is the Street Fighter 6 TMNT Content Available for?

It appears that all of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles content will be available until September 30, 2023. This is the shop end date attached to the costumes and bandanas in the Hub Goods Shop as well as in the message that gives you the free titles and music track.

That covers how to get TMNT costumes in Street Fighter 6. Now you can wear your favorite skin on your custom character (if you choose to drop the money for it). There’s no telling how often these collabs will take place, although there’s a good chance the previously announced crossover with the popular Spy x Family series could spill into the game in the future. For other events and general tips and tricks, stay up to date with our Street Fighter 6 guides hub.

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