Sega went awfully quiet on the PC edition of Binary Domain after announcing it for an April release, but yesterday piped up to say yes, it's still on track. The robo-shooter will be released for download and in retail on April 27 at $39.99, the publisher confirmed.
As is customary, there are a variety of pre-order bonuses at different outlets, detailed by Sega in the blog post. You could get single-player upgrades, a multiplayer map, a ninja class, or other gubbins.
It uses Steamworks for DRM, so you'll need to add it to a Steam account, no matter how or where you buy it. Binary Domain received decent reviews when it hit consoles in February, but has picked up a few big fans.
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