Capcom releases benchmark tool for Street Fighter V on PC

Mar 05 2020 2 min read

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Game developers are sometimes known to release PC performance benchmark tools to help players determine how well their hardware can play their games. In a surprising move, Capcom has released one of their own for Street Fighter V: Champion Edition.

It's surprising because we're probably at the tail-end of the game's life-span, and it's doubtful that many fans were expecting to get this now. However, if you consider the upcoming Intel World Open, then the tool makes perfect sense. The fanfare around the event could bring in new players, and a performance tool would surely help nudge those still on the fence about getting the game.

The benchmark tool begins just like the game does, at the start screen, from which players will then choose their preferred resolution and graphics settings. Three demonstration matches will then follow, with information such as FPS data, system specifications, and resolution displayed. In the end, the match result screen will show the same information presented during the match along with recommended settings if yours weren't quite right.

Players can find the benchmark tool here on the game's website, along with the minimum and recommended system requirements.


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