SEGA have announced the futuristic squad-based third-person shooter Binary Domain released in mid-February on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 will soon be available on the PC from April.
“As well as the excitement generated by Binary Domain in the console press we were seeing increasing numbers of players asking for a PC version. So we listened and we delivered.” said Gary Knight, Senior Vice President of Marketing at SEGA.
Binary Domain will be available in both a boxed retail release, as well as in digital format via digital distribution services.
Binary Domain is a pioneering third-person squad shooter from the creators of the Yakuza series. Set in 2080 Tokyo, Binary Domain paints a vivid picture of a country in social and environmental meltdown; players will battle against robotic defences in a city where climate change has forced many to live in extreme poverty in the slums, while the others live in the near future upper city built on top of the lower city. With a central branching storyline, voice recognition in combat and conversation and AAA shooter mechanics Binary Domain offers something genuinely unique to the genre.
If you’ve been hanging out for Binary Domain and simply must have a PC version of it, keep your eye peeled this coming April when the robotic warfare transcends the home console.