Killer7 has been introduced for a PC launch by way of Steam.
At MomoCon over the weekend, Killer7 developer Grasshopper Manufacture hosted a panel in celebration of the studio’s 20th anniversary. At the panel, the developer introduced that cult basic Killer7 will probably be launched on Steam later this 12 months.
This is just not a remaster of the sport, quite a re-release, so don’t count on upressed visuals or belongings. Grasshopper confirmed to Game Informer that the sport’s “simple models and colours scale nicely to modern resolutions.”
NIS America will probably be publishing the PC model, which may even absolutely assist mouse and keyboard, together with with the ability to use them to purpose at enemy weakpoints.
The sport already has a Steam page, however it sadly doesn’t point out too many technical particulars past what’s been already introduced. The supplied screenshots actually don’t have a large side ratio, which might be a sign of what gamers will probably be getting come launch.
Killer7 was launched on the PS2 and GameDice in 2005. The sport was co-written and directed by legendary designers/writers Goichi ‘Suda51’ Suda, and Shinji Mikami.
Although the re-release was solely introduced for PC, Grasshopper teased earlier this 12 months that remasters for Killer 7, and Flower, Sun, and Rain are within the works for contemporary platforms.
Killer7 is out this fall on PC.