German publisher CDV has announced a PC version of Serious Sam HD, which was revealed earlier today for Xbox Live Arcade.

The PC game will be released digitally and in shops this autumn, Eurogamer Germany reports. The console version, however, will be out this summer.

CDV also revealed that Serious Sam HD will be built on the Serious Engine 3, which was announced two years ago alongside a third Serious Sam game. We've heard little on either since.

Head over to our Serious Sam HD gallery for some screenshots.

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