Street Fighter 6 Change Avatar

In our Street Fighter 6 Change Avatar guide, we are going to show you how to change the appearance of your avatar in SF6. There’s more than one way to alter the appearance of your character, and it’s different for each mode. Plus, it will cost you some in-game currency, so don’t do it too often. Let’s dive in!

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Street Fighter 6 Change Avatar

How to Change Avatar in Street Fighter 6

There are several ways to change your avatar appearance in Street Fighter 6, or SF6. If we’re talking about World Tour Mode, you need to go to Style Lab Beauty Salon. That’s on Beat Street, Metro City, across the street from the clothing store. You can access it from the moment you finish the prologue and get to explore the city freely. The salon is right in the middle of the town, so it shouldn’t be too difficult to find. Mind you, every time you alter your appearance, it will cost you a bit of in-game currency. Nothing earth-shattering, but still, be sure to budget for it. When you make it to Chapter 10, you’ll get access to Doctor L’s Beauty Salon in Old Nayshall, in the Central Bazaar.

On the other hand, if you want to change the appearance of your avatar in Street Fighter 6 in Battle Hub Mode, the process is different. Once you enter the lobby, you need to go around the back and to the right of the locker area. Talk to the same clerk that lets you change your clothes. It will cost you in tickets, but again, nothing too bad. Mind you, all of this is just about altering your character’s facial features, hair, and the like. Changing clothes in World Tour Mode requires you to go to the clothing store, aka the Drippin Style/ As we’ve said, it’s right across from the salon. All articles of clothing come in default colors; getting different dyes requires you to get into fistfights with strangers on the street.

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