Screenshot of custom avatar punching in Street Fighter 6 World Tour.
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How to Increase Your Vitality in Street Fighter 6 World Tour

The Vitality stat determines how many hit points your character gets in Street Fighter 6 World Tour. To last longer in battle, you need to know how to upgrade your HP as soon as you hit the fierce streets of Metro City. So here’s how to increase your Vitality.

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How do I increase my vitality in Street Fighter 6 World Tour?

In Street Fighter 6 World Tour, your health doesn’t recover after fights. Like an RPG, you must keep an eye on your HP as you explore to avoid being knocked out. The higher your HP bar is, the longer you will be able to survive against stronger opponents.

It only took me a few minutes of exploring Metro City before I found myself losing fights due to not having enough health. (I know, I’m a disappointment to Master Luke!) Thankfully, you can upgrade your Vitality stat fairly early game by leveling up your character.

To increase your Vitality in Street Fighter 6 World Tour, you need to acquire the Stamina Surge 1 perk in your Skills menu. The upgrade can be purchased for three points in the first tier of your Skills tree, accessed through the Status app on your phone.

You can purchase additional Stamina Surge perks as you continue to level up your character. However, you are limited to how many you can unlock on each tier of your Skill tree. Make sure to choose wisely, or you might lock yourself out from upgrading your Vitality stat!

A screenshot of the skill menu vitality perk in Street Fighter 6 World Tour.

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You can boost Vitality by equipping certain pieces of gear, although items that buff HP are rare and expensive. The quickest way to increase your hit points is to level your character. Not only do you unlock more HP at each new level anyway, but you will earn points that can eventually be used to purchase Vitality perks in your Skills menu.

Street Fighter 6 is available now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.


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