Capcom’s main Avenue Fighter 5 match ditches PlayStation consoles for PCs

A screenshot showing Ryu and M. Bison in Street Fighter 5
Picture: Capcom

Capcom will completely use PCs to energy its upcoming Capcom Cup match, which has the world’s high Avenue Fighter 5 gamers battling it out for a $300,000 prize pool. In a put up on Twitter, Capcom Fighters says all matches will likely be performed on PCs with the shows set to 144Hz.

The corporate doesn’t present any data on the {hardware} going into these PCs (or in the event that they’ll simply use gaming laptops), however the transfer’s anticipated to cut back enter lag — the time it takes for a system to translate your button press on a keyboard or controller to an motion displayed on the display screen. Low enter lag is a necessity for execs within the combating recreation scene, the place a delayed punch or kick can tremendously have an effect on the result of a match.

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