Screenshot of Super Arts in Street Fighter 6 World Tour.
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How to Unlock Super Arts in Street Fighter 6 World Tour

You’ll want to use Super Arts to get an edge over your opponents in battle in Street Fighter 6’s World Tour. However, the powerful attacks must first be earned before your character can wield them. Here’s how to unlock Super Arts and devastate your opponents.

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How do I unlock Super Arts in Street Fighter 6 World Tour?

At the very beginning of the single-player mode, you hit the streets of Metro City with just a handful of basic attacks. To unlock Super Arts in Street Fighter 6 World Tour, you need to become a student of a Master and increase your bond level with them.

You will automatically become a student of Luke in the Chapter 1 mission, “New Kid on the Block.” The quickest way to earn a Super Art is to complete main story missions and defeat NPCs in battle while having Luke equipped as your Master. You can get additional Super Arts by finding other Masters and becoming their students. In Chapter 2, for instance, you will head to China Town to be taught by series icon Chun-Li.

Once you have a Master you want to learn your Super from, make sure to equip them. To do this, simply click the “Status” app on your phone, and select the “Gear” option. You can swap out your Master’s style in the very top slot of the “Gear Effects” menu.

With your Master equipped, you will now earn style rank points by finishing activities. Completing missions, side jobs, or battles with NPCs in the overworld will increase your bond with your fighting teacher. Finally, as you level up your Master bond, make sure to speak with them, as this is where they will give you Super Arts after you have progressed far enough.

Screenshot of the Gear menu in Street Fighter 6 World Tour.

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How do I equip Super Arts?

So you now have a Super Art unlocked, but how do you actually use the incredibly powerful attack? Just like the Master system, you need to equip the move in the Status app on your phone.

Then scroll over to the Super Arts tab next to Special Moves and equip your Super Art. Each Master has a handful of Super Arts that can be unlocked, so you will want to progress your bond with them as far as possible to learn their most devastating attacks.

Screenshot of Street Fighter 6 World Tour Super Arts menu.

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You don’t need to have your Master equipped to use their Super Arts in Street Fighter 6 World Tour. Once they are unlocked, you can find another teacher to add even more powerful attacks to your fighting style. By leveling up your skill tree, you can even unlock additional Super Arts slots, which will allow you to have multiple equipped simultaneously.

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


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