SF6 Full Screen and Display Modes, Explained

Switch up your display so you can enjoy your experience!

If you're playing on PC, you may have noticed one annoying little problem with your display—it isn't in Full Screen. Although you can still enjoy the game and all its features, you might still be wondering if there is a way to put your game in Full Screen so you can fill up your display and appreciate the game to its full potential. There are some ways you can get past this, but it may still put a damper on your gameplay. Keep reading for all the details!

Can you go Full Screen on PC in Street Fighter 6?

No—unfortunately, there is currently no proper way to put your game in Full Screen. For some reason, this is not a feature yet for the game's PC version. If you're playing on a console, however, you will probably not even realize this is a problem because it automatically fills your screen and doesn't let you change the display size at all. On PC, there are only two different options for display, Windowed or Windowed Borderless. There is a way to make the game fill up your screen, but it will still be considered Windowed.

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How to change Display Modes in Street Fighter 6

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To change your Display modes, head to the Options menu by pressing Tab on your keyboard. Switch to the Graphics tab, then Basic Graphics Settings, and it will have an option for Display Mode near the top of the list. Here is where you can switch to Windowed or Windowed Borderless. You can change it to Windowed Borderless to have it fill up your screen. Another shortcut way to do this is to hold Alt and then press Enter on your keyboard. This is the only way to have it fill your screen; however, it is still considered Windowed, so you might still get that input lag.

Hopefully, this will be fixed relatively soon for PC players, and they will have more options regarding display size. If there is a change in the near future, we will update this section accordingly to let you know. For now, you can still get started creating your custom character and jumping into the action.

Looking for more Pro Game Guides Street Fighter 6 content? Check out our guides on Street Fighter 6 – How to unlock Classic & Alternate Costumes or Best Street Fighter 6 Character Recipes!

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Abby Smith is a super nerd and video game fanatic and grew up playing games on a variety of platforms. She likes to spend her free time binge-watching Netflix, reading all genres of novels, and playing all the best new video games. She is currently a Contributing Writer for Pro Game Guides, and as an alumni from Full Sail University, also enjoys dabbling in creative writing such as short stories, scripts, and comics on the side.

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