Bayonetta finally makes its debut on the PC in glorious 4K

It has been seven years since the release of Bayonetta. While you might not be familiar, when it was initially released, it was considered a highly unique game that offered impressive visuals, a great soundtrack, and a fun combat system that loosely borrowed from the Devil May Cry series. Due to its popularity and rave reviews, the title received a sequel that came to the Wii U as an exclusive. Today, Bayonetta will finally arrive on the PC.

Sega announced that it would make it available through its own website and via Steam. For a limited time, the firm will be offering the special edition for the same price as the normal version until April 25. The special edition includes an OST sampler, digital art book and wallpapers. The game will not be a basic port but will up the ante with improved 4K resolution running at 60fps.

The game can now be purchased directly from Sega's website or through Steam for $19.99. Also, if you're a Bayonetta fan, don't forget to download 8-Bit Bayonetta, a cute and free pixel art shooter that offers a chiptune soundtrack that was released at the top of the month.

Source: Sega via Engadget

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