The time is almost here but we are getting closer to the release of Street Fighter V exclusively on PlayStation 4. Its been a long time since first getting hands-on with the fighter back at E3 2015. Since then more characters have added and the setting has been balanced a bit. Graphically it has also picked up more too if you have gotten time with the beta.
- Street Fighter V Arcade FightStick TE2+: The legendary Tournament Edition 2 FightStick returns powered up for a new generation! Now, the most customizable FightStick ever, featuring premium Sanwa Denshi™ components, exclusive artwork, dual PS3™ / PS4™ compatibility and all new touchpad controls complete with L3 and R3 button functionality.
- Street Fighter V Arcade FightStick TE-S+: A return to the classic FightStick form factor with an updated version of the award-winning Tournament Edition FightStick chassis, the TE-S+ features new touchpad controls and an exclusive ‘Shadaloo’ artwork design for those looking to stand out in the tournament.
- Street Fighter V Arcade FightStick Alpha: Introducing a new challenger! The FightStick Alpha features an all new compact, six-button design, ideal for easy transportation but robust enough for beginners and veterans alike. Ideal for those who want the feel of a full-size arcade stick and the freedom to play anywhere, the all new FightStick Alpha offers a remarkable value.
- Street Fighter V FightPad PRO: An entirely new fighting game controller for the current console generation, the FightPad PRO offers unrivalled control, robust control options, comfort and precision for those favoring a gamepad style controller over a stick. Enhanced fighting style D-pad, analog stick and touch controls work in sync with the classic arcade style six-button configuration to produce the ultimate controller for fighting games.
If you are interested in any of these new SFV peripherals such as the FightSticks and FightPads from Mad Catz be sure to check out their website and get ready for the February 16th release of Street Fighter V