PC gamers planning on picking up Street Fighter IV this summer at retail may want to be aware of the digital rights management scheme Capcom will be implementing, which their community person Christian Svensson revealed today.
The game will feature disc-based SecuROM, requiring the game disc to be in the tray. Also, by the looks of the cover, Games for Windows LIVE will be required, too, though no word on whether online authentication will be used there.
On a related note, Svennson states the upcoming Resident Evil 5 on PC will likely host the same DRM.
As for the digital versions of these games, they're not sure what they're doing there yet.