Best Street Fighter 6 graphics settings

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Street Fighter 6 best settings
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Everyone knows that having an optimal set up is required in fighting games due to the precise nature of the genre. More so in a game like Street Fighter 6, which requires more precise inputs than some others. To help you out, we've put together a guide on the best Street Fighter 6 graphics settings.

Finding the best graphics settings for SF6 can be a bit confusing since a lot of people don't know exactly how to tune the game to perform better, sticking with what's set as default, possibly hampering their experience.

In this guide, we'll recommend the best graphics settings for Street Fighter 6 so you can focus on dragon-punching your opponents in style.

Best Street Fighter 6 graphics settings

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Optimize your SF6 gameplay experience

This guide will focus on the PC version of Street Fighter 6 primarily, since console versions have a much more limited set of options to tinker with.

There are basic and detailed settings available in the game. So let's start with the former.

Best Street Fighter 6 basic settings

  • Fighting Ground Background Object Density: Crowded
  • Internal Resolution: 5
  • Display Mode: Borderless Windowed
  • Maximum Frame Rate: 60
  • Ambient Occlusion: On
  • Screen Space Reflections: On
  • Motion Blur: Off
  • V-Sync: Off
  • NPCs: Crowded
  • Subsurface Scattering (Skin Effect): On
  • Anti-Aliasing: On
  • Depth of Field Effect: On
  • Limit World Tour Battles to 30FPS: Off

Best Street Fighter 6 detailed settings

Detailed settings are more straightforward and focus on things such as quality of textures, lighting effects, and more.

It's easy to simply recommend you keep them on High if your PC can run Street Fighter 6 in such quality, but if you're on a less powerful rig, you might need to lower these settings a bit.

  • Lighting Quality: High
  • Texture Quality: High
  • Mesh Quality: High
  • Shadow Quality: High
  • Shader Quality: High
  • Effects Quality: High
  • Sampling Quality: High
  • Bloom: High

Best Street Fighter 6 settings for PS5 and Xbox

Console players have fewer options to mess around with, nonetheless, if you have a good gaming setup, you can take advantage of at least a couple of them.

  • Action Mode: Performance Mode
  • Fighting Ground Background Object Density: Crowded
  • Motion Blur: Off
  • Input Delay Reduction: Off

The distinction between Resolution and Performance modes in Street Fighter 6 is minimal, as it doesn't affect regular gameplay.

With Resolution Mode, the game will run at native 4K in both PS5 and Xbox Series S/X at the cost of World Tour running at 30fps.

Performance Mode on the other hand makes World Tour run at a smooth 60fps with the resolution for Xbox users dropping to 1080p, meanwhile, PlayStation players will see it drop to 1440p.

Just to reiterate, in both modes regular gameplay will still run at a steady 60fps.


Should you turn on Input Delay Reduction?

Street Fighter 6 offers a way to optimise the input delay to make you more precise

Only turn it on if you're playing Street Fighter 6 on a 120hz monitor, otherwise, the screen tearing will be incredibly noticeable and could end up being a bigger nuisance for your gameplay experience.

If you're looking for more guides, check out our Street Fighter 6 best button configuration settings too!

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