Fighting game enthusiasts all over the world are in for one of next year’s biggest releases with the upcoming Street Fighter V, and with that Capcom has expanded the availability (and accessibility) of the game a bit more into Valve’s Linux-based operating system, Steam OS.
Capcom revealed in its Unity blog that Street Fighter V has officially been confirmed for support through Steam OS, and while Capcom didn’t share more information at this time regarding when the title will be available on Steam OS, Capcom assured that “will have more details to announce in the near future, so stay tuned for updates.”
In addition to the game’s confirmation for Steam OS, Capcom also announced that Street Fighter V will also support the Steam Controller, the unique controller/mouse-and-keyboard hybrid-styled controller released by Valve earlier this year.
Capcom detailed that support with the Steam Controller will be available immediately, so if you happen to have a Steam Controller and are trying out this weekend’s beta test (currently running now through December 20th), you can get into the action with the controller right away.
Street Fighter V releases for PS4 and PC on February 16th, 2016.