It seems that a PC version of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is already up and running at Konami’s HQ, despite the fact that the game was announced for consoles only. Truth be told, Konami stated – a while back – that they were considering porting MGR: Revengeance on the PC and while we haven’t got any official details about a possible PC version, Kojima has shared an image from the PC version of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.
The Limited Edition of the game will feature a Cyborg suit for Raiden and in order to showcase it, Kojima shared the following shot. As we can see, Kojima is playing Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance on the PC with an X360 gamepad. It’s ironic, but from the looks of it, MGR: Revengeance has already been ported to the PC platform.
What’s also interesting is that Kojima Productions’ Korekado Yuji (lead programmer) confirmed that this test was done on the PC version. Korekado Yuji did not say anything about an X360 devkit, meaning that this could very well be the PC version of the game, up and running.
Question now is whether Konami will decide to release or scrap this PC project.
For the time being, enjoy the image and stay tuned for more!
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