Street Fighter 6 will have a new control system designed to address a few things like button closure.

Dynamic Controls can push a button and pull a move by a regular punch, or by some chance something spectacular. You won’t have to choose, AI will do that for you. It would be better if you had a game like that, and you were standing up on Street Fighter 6 and playing play.

Yes, Divekick already lets you fight people using a single button, but there are plenty of strategies in this title. The Street Fighter 6s scheme is, according to what we know, not intended to be particularly technical. You’re offline, but also forget your dreams of going and crushing everyone you encounter. When you come to Street Fighter 6, you’ll absolutely get your foot rolling.

The downside is that if you want to be more strategic, you’ll need to turn them off. With Dynamic Controls, you can only pull off fireballs at long range, so if you want to close up your opponent, you’ll take on luck. There’s no middle ground. We can see that it’s a great way to get people into the game, so they’d like to change the rules and then proceed.

However, a precise release date for Street Fighter 6 isn’t yet yet set yet. It’s coming in 2023, arriving on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S but you must wait for a long time to see how the date of birth will tell.