High-level 2nd Closed Beta Street Fighter 6 Match Footage

Street Fighter 6 Match: New footage from the second Street Fighter 6 closed beta, captured in glorious 4K at 60 frames per second, is presented below. The GeForce 4090 RTX used to record this had all of its in-game settings turned up to their maximum.

Street Fighter 6 Match
Street Fighter 6 Match

All eight available characters—Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Guile, Juri, Jamie, Kimberly, and Luke—are shown in the video, which was recorded with some of the best players in Street Fighter 6 right now. The video quality is excellent, and the match footage is superb, so you can view Street Fighter 6 in its native resolution of 3840×2160. There are, therefore, many lessons to be learned from this video.

The closed beta for Street Fighter 6 began on December 16, 2022, and will expire on December 19 unless Capcom decides to prolong the beta window period. There is a greater emphasis on a neutral and set play in Street Fighter 6, making it a new entry with its meta and basic techniques that players need to understand.

Bouts can conclude as rapidly as in Street Fighter 5 if you’re not careful, provided your opponent has access to sufficient resources and the know-how to employ them effectively.

Matches are playable at ping times twice or three times as high as what was previously regarded as playable in Street Fighter 5. Early netcode impressions continue to be quite positive.

Cross-country and even international matches have been reported as being viable. However, this may not be the case in the long run, depending on the quality of the players’ connections. Developers of fighting games have placed a premium on netplay quality, and early reactions have been overwhelmingly positive.

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