Street Fighter 6, the upcoming fighting game from Capcom, will have a Dynamic control scheme that makes button mashing just slightly easier for some players. Capcom revealed in a recent interview that this will essentially enable the AI to perform moves for players without having to know other control and combo patterns.
Speaking to Game Informer, Capcom revealed this Dynamic control scheme that’s one of three control options next to Classic and the previously revealed ‘Modern’ controls. The latter acts as a middle ground for players who are less experienced, enabling them to pull off special moves more easily by using somewhat simplified button inputs.
Accessibility is now taken a step further with the Dynamic controls option, allowing players to ‘button mash’ while having Street Fighter 6’s AI determine complex moves to pull off based on a number of factors.
It sounds like a much more simplified version of the Modern controls scheme and will probably be great for players who aren’t familiar with the Street Fighter series (or fighting gamed in general) to stand a fighting chance against other players and even AI opponents in the game.
Street Fighter 6 is described on its official Steam page:
“Here comes Capcom’s newest challenger! Street Fighter 6 launches worldwide in 2023 and represents the next evolution of the series. Powered by Capcom’s proprietary RE ENGINE, the Street Fighter 6 experience spans across three distinct game modes featuring World Tour, Fighting Ground and Battle Hub. The game includes innovative Real Time Commentary feature, a brand new Drive System for your battle creativity, a variety of game modes and an introduction to a new Modern Control Type for all players to enjoy! Your path to becoming a World Warrior starts here.”
Street Fighter 6 launches sometime in 2023 for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.
Source: Game Informer