Street Fighter 6 has managed to gain an appreciation for the title even before its reveal. The sixth mainline title for the long-running fighting game series, Capcom hasn’t been shy of showing enough for people to take an interest as well as get excited about the upcoming title.
While the closed beta from last month received widespread critical acclaim from fans and newcomers alike for its brilliant features and netcode, the team at Capcom are ensuring to make the game approachable and accessible for everyone.
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A new interview with Game Informer introduces the efforts of the team to everyone. It also gives everyone a look at the new Dynamic Control Scheme, which opens up a brand new Pandora’s Box for newcomers to the genre and Street Fighter 6.
Capcom originally introduced the Dynamic Control Scheme with the official reveal of Street Fighter 6. However, they never showcased it in action until now. As per the video by Game Informer, the Dynamic Control Scheme allows newcomers to play the game without getting frustrated.
It lets a player press one particular button continuously while allowing the game to determine which moves to pull off based on the situation. This makes it an even playing field for both experienced players and newcomers. Furthermore, this control scheme is only available for offline play.
Street Fighter 6 will be available on PC, PlayStation and Xbox sometime next year. Check out the new dynamic control scheme below.