Xbox One's Sunset Overdrive: No Plans for PC Right Now
While Insomniac has no immediate plans to bring game to PC, company says, "We'll see what happens in the future."
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Sunset Overdrive developer Insomniac Games currently has no plans to bring its over-the-top Xbox One action game to PC, but has not ruled out a release for computers sometime down the road. Speaking with Videogamer, Insomniac Games marketing lead James Stevenson said about a potential PC release: "We'll see."
"I don't know what the future holds," Stevenson said. "Right now there's no plans for a PC version of the game. We're just working hard to finish up [the Xbox One version]. We're going to support it post-launch and then we'll see what happens in the future. But there's no plans. We aren't planning a PC version or anything like that."
Sunset Overdrive launches October 28 exclusively on Xbox One. You can buy the game that day by itself or through a $399 Xbox One hardware bundle that includes a white system, matching white controller, and a copy of the game. The system's release will mark the first time Microsoft has offered a white system to non-employees.
If Sunset Overdrive does eventually come to PC, it won't be the first game announced as an Xbox One exclusive to make the jump to computers. Xbox One launch title Dead Rising 3 is now available on PC, while another launch game, Ryse: Son of Rome, is headed to PC this fall.
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