"We don't want to waste time making our work-in-progress look finished, so there's never any touch-up, up-res or faked game imagery. You get to see what we're building as we build it," the studio wrote on its website.
During a live podcast, Criterion noted that, as it is not familiar with the PC, it is extremely interested in hearing feedback through the PC forum of its site. No release date has been announced for the project.
The company showed the game running on a two-year old laptop that had 2GB of RAM and a 1.8Ghz processor, and stating that it was shooting for a high framerate for the game. It was also mentioned that the game supports gamepad and wheel controls in addition to keyboard.