Alright, enough messing around. This time it's for REAL. Sega finally came out and officially confirmed plans for a PC port of Vanquish, which is coming to Steam with 4K support and other fresh features on May 25. Read on for more.
Following up on the 2017 tease from earlier this week, Sega was at it again yesterday with another nod to a Vanquish PC port. This one appears to narrow things down with the number 05, possibly hinting at a May release. Read on for more.
Last month Sega let out a sly little tease in an update for Bayonetta on Steam, hinting at a PC port of PlatinumGames' wild-slidin' third-person shooter Vanquish. The impending release is even more apparent now thanks to another image, this time on Sega's Twitter.
PlatinumGames' Vanquish has enjoyed a modest but vocal fanbase since its 2010 launch on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and it might be making its way to PC next. While nothing has been confirmed, a possible hint arrived as part of a 22KB update for the PC version of Bayonetta. The contents of the update? Oh, you know, just a small Vanquish image that can be found in the Extras folder.
What better way to honor the arrival of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance than picking up another dose of insane Platinum Games action in the form of 2010's Vanquish? Members of Sony's PlayStation Plus service can nab it this week for the low, low price of absolutely free. More after the jump.
Tired of Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts characters hogging all the spotlight in the Play Arts Kai line of action figures? How about some hard-edged stylish action with two new figures from Platinum Games' hardcore actioner Vanquish--hit the jump for more!