In July, we’ve informed you about some rumors regarding a future PC version of Saber Interactive’s third person game, Inversion. Although Namco didn’t comment on those, it seems that the giant Japanese company has accidentally revealed the PC version of this anticipated game as they’ve included the PC platform on the press release of Inversion’s latest trailer that was released today. Now sure this inclusion could be accidental but the very same thing happened with the PC versions of SFxT and Sonic: Generations – before they were officially announced.
Inversion is a third-person co-op shooter that combines hard-hitting, adrenaline-pumping action with a revolutionary gravity manipulation engine. Featuring the Grappler weapon, players will be able to manipulate gravity for their own purposes. The Grappler can be used in countless combat situations by maneuvering massive objects as shields or projectiles, and moving camped enemies out of concealed cover so they can be blasted away.
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