Sega announced yesterday that their hack-and-slash game Bayonetta had finally been released on PC. The original game was first released in 2009 for consoles and fans have been requesting a PC port for the game ever since. Publisher Sega has finally confirmed that they’ve been listening to fans and have released the game on PC.
The news of this PC released comes just over a week after the April Fools release of 8-Bit Bayonetta for PC. This April Fools game sparked debate online after the publisher also posted a link to a countdown in the game. It looks like fans were correct in their thinking as the countdown did lead to the reveal of a PC port.
The publisher has revealed that the PC version of the game comes with a large number of graphical options. Bayonetta PC supports up to 4K resolution and Sega has confirmed that the game should run at 60 framers per second. Players will be able to adjust a wide range of graphical options to ensure the game runs smoothly on their PC.
The PC specifications for the port are available on the Steam Store page. Here are the minimum requirements for the game.
OS: Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 (8.1)/ 10
Processor: Intel Core i3 3220
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Radeon HD6950 / GeForce GTX 570 (VRAM 768MB)
Until April 25th, all purchases of the game will be the Digital Deluxe Edition for no extra cost. This version of the game comes with a soundtrack sample, a digital art book, wallpapers and also avatars. After the 25th, players will still be able to purchase the full version of the game for the same cost. It’s uncertain if the Digital Deluxe Edition will be sold separately after April 25th.