Vanquish PC Version Officially Confirmed with Pre-Order Available on Steam

After 2 days of image teasing, Sega finally announced the long-awaited PC version of PlatinumGames’ fast-paced third-person shooter, Vanquish, with a full trailer.

Sega’s Twitter page has finally posted the final teaser image with the number 25, confirming the release date of 25th May 2017. The publisher also announced that Vanquish PC Edition is receiving significant improvements from its last-gen counterparts. PC users will get the game with unlocked framerates and resolutions up to 4K and beyond, along with additional graphical options that fully optimized for wide range of specs. The game also has full Steamworks support, such as achievements, cloud save, trading cards, and Big Picture Mode. All DLCs and localizations of 6 different languages are confirmed to be available right from day one of Vanquish’s PC release. The PC version is currently available through pre-order on the Steam store page with a 25% discount for Bayonetta owners.

Vanquish is a third-person shooter game developed by PlatinumGames and published in 2010 by Sega. Released exclusively on PS3 and Xbox 360, the game was well-known for its innovations that inspired many later games, including the combination of a 3D shooter with fast-paced bullet hell gameplay and the introduction of a boosted sliding-to-cover mechanic. Despite being criticized for its writing, voice acting, and short campaign, Vanquish managed to get positive reception from major game presses and gained an average of 84 out of 100 points on Metacritic. The game was also considered to be a financial success when it sold 830,000 copies after 6 months.

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