Metal Gear Rising Revengeance might hit PC after the release of its console versions

There is no doubt that Metal Gear Rising Revengeance’s original concept looked gorgeous. Yes, the game is now a hack n slash title similar to Bayonetta and has lost its initial charm, but it would be cool to play it on the PC, no? Well, it seems that Kojima Productions might bring this bad boy on our beloved platform after the release of its console versions. Or at least that’s what Kojima Productions creative producer, Yuji Korekado, told to Eurogamer.
When asked about an update on Metal Gear Rising Revengeance PC and whether it would see the light of day or not, Korekado said that they’ll think about it when they have finished developing Metal Gear Rising Revengeance for X360 and PS3:
“Right now, honestly, we are doing our best to complete at the same time the PlayStation 3 version and the Xbox 360 version. For the PC version, we will contemplate making it or not once we reach this goal of completing the PS3 and 360 versions.”
Korekado then wondered if there were a lot of PC gamers who wanted a PC version of Revengeance and after Eurogamer confirming that a PC version would be awesome and profitable, Korekado then said that ‘with that in consideration, we will try to look forward in this direction.’
As you may have guessed, the PC version won’t come anytime soon. But there is still hope. Let’s just hope that the team who will port the game to the PC will be familiar with it and offer a polished and noteworthy port.

John Papadopoulos

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