Street Fighter V’s beta is live, full game will have Steam support at launch

23 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Street Fighter 5 will rock support for both SteamOS, Steam Controller.

Capcom’s has been announced for the Sony PlayStation 4 and PC platforms, with Microsoft’s Xbox One being left out of the mix, something that Microsoft has apologized to its customers about in the past.Even though Valve’s Steam Machines have had a rather underwhelming start, this might soon change as Street Fighter V will get a SteamOS release with added Steam Controller support. This might pave the way for more AAA releases on the OS, taking into account that the platform suffers from the same debilitating disease that Mac PCs have, a short list of supported major games.

Even though some might say that Valve’s decision of not having exclusive titles is extremely poor from a marketing perspective, gamers need to understand that platform exclusivity benefits no one. The PC version of the game reaches beta this weekend, where you’ll be able to try out the Steam Controller on Street Fighter 5 between December 18 and 20. Tournament organizers will be especially pleased knowing they can throw together affordable PCs to run the game for tournaments, rather than having to shell out for PS4s.

Jason is a graduate of Biology and Chemistry, who wishes he had more time to spend travelling, immersing himself in new cultures and enjoying the outdoors.

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