Street Fighter 6 went into beta today, giving some fans the opportunity to test out the game ahead of its launch. While it’s in closed beta, luckily for the rest of the internet, the players with access have created some truly incredible (and terrifying) things with its impressively open-ended character creator.
Of course, plenty of players have begun testing the limits of this character creator by creating terrifying forms that should probably not be allowed to exist, like this man with green chest hair and massive calves:
this is already the wackiest character creator Capcom has ever made and i’m only 10% into it pic.twitter.com/tUlNpDl0wf
— JEFF (@JohnnyUtahNG) October 7, 2022
As seen above, the character creator appears to have plenty of opportunities for hair customization, leading to this extremely buff man with pink and red hair:
SF 6 character creator really lets you be the true version of yourself pic.twitter.com/OkTIZrIpD5
— Salty Jim (@ViewtifulJimm) October 7, 2022
…And this guy, who seemingly sacrificed hair and arm muscles for an extremely buff torso and circular calves:
Street Fighter 6 beta is going great so far! pic.twitter.com/mSyFBhbs1s
— amoeba (@anxiousamoeba) October 7, 2022
And this very lumpy, shirtless man with white hair someone spotted online:
I saw this guy 😳 pic.twitter.com/j0tQRwlzWv
— ZOKEET (@zokee_t) October 7, 2022
Possibly the scariest creations of all, however, are these two characters who must have skipped arm and leg day respectively:
Street Fighter 6 out here challenging Ark Survival Evolved for the title of best character creator pic.twitter.com/4KxmDv0tAc
— Mr. Taco Senpai (@MrTacoSenpai) October 7, 2022
Despite the general trend of these terrifying creations, a few players have created some neat characters, like this robot:
— Spooky Time Nev™ (@Nev4da) October 7, 2022
Street Fighter 6 (and its terrifying character creator) isn’t slated to release until 2023, but Capcom has already revealed plenty about the game, including its full launch roster. We previewed the game last month, and we’re also streaming two hours of gameplay from the closed beta today.
Amelia Zollner is a freelance writer at IGN who loves all things indie and Nintendo. Outside of IGN, they’ve contributed to sites like Polygon and Rock Paper Shotgun. Find them on Twitter: @ameliazollner.