Street Fighter V third beta fully detailed

23 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Steam Controller update lets you carry your custom configurations to any PC.

The long wait of Street Fighter fans and aficionados will end soon as Street Fighter V will storm its way into Valve’s SteamOS when it is rolled out and will fully support the Steam controller. The controller is designed as a keyboard-and-mouse alternative to use with a Steam Machine or Steam Link that’s connected to a TV — it’s part of Valve’s efforts to take PC gaming to screens where consoles traditionally dominate.

Even though the game has been launched for the Linux-based SteamOS, it is vague whether or not the SteamOS port will be out when the game makes its way on Windows PC and the PlayStation 4 in the near year. This latest update lets you register your Steam Controller to your account, and Steam then stores all the custom configurations you’ve set up for different games and aligns them with this controller. It all sounds pretty neat, but as with any change, some Steam users are reporting teething problems, such as the loss of configurations for non-Steam games.

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