For players who\u2019ve been itching to get their hands on Street Fighter V, here\u2019s your chance. Capcom has recently rolled out a promo that will make the popular arcade game free to play for at least two weeks.\r\n\r\nAnd for PS4 and PC users who already have the game, they will be getting access to several DLC characters.\r\n\r\nThe free version of the iconic fighting game will be available for trial on April 23, Tuesday, and will run till May 5. Interestingly, this is also the same day that Mortal Kombat 11 will be released. Street Fighter V\u2019s free edition will allow players access to Team Battle Mode, Arcade Mode, and Extra Battle mode.\r\n\r\nAccording to Capcom\u2019s website, all of the game\u2019s original 16 characters will be available on free mode. These include Ken, Ryu, MBison, Chun Li and others. Moreover, four other popular DLC characters - Blanka, Azuma, Menat, and Juri \u2013 can also be used. However, they can only be played during training, casual, ranked and training challenges, reported Comic Book.\r\n\r\nCapcom challenged fans to slug it out using the classic video game\u2019s 16 characters. Each of them has their own backstories as well as customize training challenges. The good thing is that users have the choice of playing online or offline. A host of match options will also be available to them.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, PlayStation and Steam players can duke it out via the Street Fighter V\u2019s cross-play compatibility feature. As they play, users will be able to win rewards, fight money and XP. In turn, the fight money can be utilized to obtain additional characters, stages, costumes, and other in-game add-ons.\r\n\r\nDuring the promo period, Capcom announced it will bring down the prices of the game\u2019s 2017 and 2018 street passes. Both will be sold for only \u20ac14.99, as against its earlier price of \u20ac24.99 and \u20ac19.99.\r\n\r\nThere will also be discounts for those who would like to avail of costume bundles. These are certainly major incentives who still don\u2019t own the game, according to Spark Chronicles.\r\n\r\nConsidering that the game will be made free for almost two weeks, Capcom has truly been generous. It may be true that Street Fighter V is an old game by today\u2019s standards.\r\n\r\nHowever, this does not discount the fun factor while playing it. So, for those who\u2019ve been raring to sample the game, grab your chance to do so. Just don\u2019t forget to shout out: Haduken!