"Street Fighter 5" beta no. 2, the first beta on PC, will commence on Oct 22. and will end on Oct. 25, but the exact start and end time is yet to be announced, according to PC Gamer. Capcom reportedly cautioned that things may not go as entirely planned, since this is a beta test.
Capcom posted a blog detailing "Street Fighter 5" beta test. It will include PS4 to PC cross platform play and a chance for the gamers to play the new characters, including Ken, Necalli, Vega and R. Mika.
Rashid will be added on Oct. 23 and Karin will follow on Oct. 24, IGN learned. The report further stated that previous beta characters like Ryu, Chun-Li, Cammy, Birdie, Nash, and M. Bison would not be selectable.
"Street Fighter 5" beta no. 2 will also include ranked matchmaking, combined leaderboards, player search and fight money unlockables.
For PC owners who have no access yet to "Street Fighter 5" beta can pre-order the game on Steam or through reputable third-party marketplaces, Kotaku reported. In North America, gamers can pre-order "Street Fighter 5" beta access from GameStop, Amazon, Best Buy and PlayStation Store.
Capcom also cautions that while the minimum PC requirements are acceptable, they still advise owners to follow the recommended system requirements for optimum gaming experience.
The minimum system requirements to play the "Street Fighter 5" include an operating system of Windows 7 64-bit, an Intel Core i3-4160 @ 3.6 GHz CPU, RAM of 6 GB, a Nvidia GTX 480 or higher, a DirectX-compatible sound card or onboard chipset, a Version 11 DirectX.
Meanwhile, the listed recommended system requirements are Windows 7 64-bit, Intel Core i5-4690K @3.50GHz CPU, 8 GB RAM, a Nvidia GTX 960, DirectX-compatible sound card or onboard chipset and DirectX version 11. Of course, a Broadband connection is required.
Gamers can visit Capcom's blog site for more details on "Street Fighter 5" beta.