THQ has announced that biblical romp Darksiders is heading to PC this June.

Original developer Vigil Games is handling the adaptation and has "meticulously" recreated the PS3 and Xbox 360 game released at the beginning of 2010.

The press release mentioned user-defined resolutions, interface and keyboard/controller support, but there's no mention of any flashy 3D or DirectX 11 features yet.

Head over to our Darksiders review to find out more.

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