The PC version of Street Fighter IV is coming July 7th. The game will be available on both retail for $39.99 or digitally for the same price from many digital distributors. Sven from Capcom Unity has the full scoop:
We’ve mentioned before Street Fighter IV PC will be available for digital sales at a variety of places (same price $39.99/€39.99). You’ll pretty much be able to take your pick of vendors if you want it digitally: Capcom.com’s estore, Steam, Impulse, Direct2Drive, Metaboli,Gametap, Nvidia.com, GamersGate and others to be named later.
Lastly, while I’ve hinted at it before, given that the mouse and keyboard really isn’t an ideal way to play Street Fighter IV, we felt we needed to take the opportunity to provide a turn-key solution by creating a controller/game bundle SKU in the
For $59.99, inside that big cool box, you will get Street Fighter IV PC in its own Games for Windows DVD packaging and the rare Street Fighter IV Fight Pad. Given that the game and pad normally sell for $40, each (good luck finding the pads though as they’re still in short supply, ebay prices on the Fight Pads, often run over $60 by themselves), you’re effectively buying one and getting the other 50% off. (Or, if you look at it in the inflated ebay value way, buy the pad, get the game for free!)
The Fight Pad is the exact same as the Xbox 360 fight pad that is sold separately (Ryu design only), so if you have a PC AND an Xbox 360, it’ll work on both for future titles. For the PC on
We took the bundle out to retail buyers and we’ve built pretty much exactly the quantity we’ve got orders for. So when they’re gone, they’re gone. If you’re interested, do not wait to place an order as you will likely miss them.
The bundle is going to largely be available at two places: Capcom.com’s eStore andAmazon.com (I’d expect them to post the SKU up soon). Some of our subdistributors are taking a bit of volume so I wouldn’t be surprised to see places like Fry’s and Microcenter also carrying them too. If you see em out in the wild in July, get em while the gettin’s good