Street Fighter V for PC compatible with both Steam Controller and SteamOS
The PC version of Capcom’s upcoming fighting game Street Fighter V will support two of Steam developer Valve’s more recent initiatives: the Linux-based operating system SteamOS and the Steam Controller.
Capcom announced the good news via a new update on the Capcom Unity website, saying that it is working closely with Valve on both endeavors. The SteamOS version of Street Fighter V obviously won’t be available until the game launches next year, but those who already own a Steam Controller can try it out for themselves during the Street Fighter V PC beta which is being held this weekend.
Street Fighter V is set to be released on February 16, 2016 for both PC and PlayStation 4. The game will feature cross-play support between both versions.