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Linux users might have been feeling a little neglected after Warner Bros. abandoned the Batman: Arkham Knight port (opens in new tab) a fortnight ago. Capcom, however, is feeling a little braver, and has released a sliver of information on the promised SteamOS and Linux release of Street Fighter 5 (opens in new tab) after long silence on the matter despite the impending PC launch: 'spring (opens in new tab)'.
The spring release will see any PC Street Fighter 5 owner gifted the new version free of charge and implement Steam controller compatibility too. Capcom are clearly determined to grow the Street Fighter community however possible—this latest announcement comes as Capcom is pushing its introductory series (opens in new tab) on the street fighters themselves.
Street Fighter 5 releases on PC tomorrow (opens in new tab), February 16, and we'll have a review-in-progress for you later today.