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Metal Gear Rising Revengeance confirmed for PC

UPDATE: Out soon as a digital release.

UPDATE: Konami has confirmed that Metal Gear Rising Revengeance will release on PC as a digital title soon.

The Japanese company said most modern PCs will be able to play the game at 60 frames per second - developer PlatinumGames' trademark.

ORIGINAL STORY: Super action game Metal Gear Rising Revengeance will release for PC, Konami has confirmed.

Series creator Hideo Kojima made the announcement on the latest episode of Hideradio, published on Kojima Productions' Hideoblog.

JP Kellams, creative producer at developer PlatinumGames, confirmed the news on Twitter but declined to offer more information. A release date is yet to be announced. We've contacted Konami.

The action game launched on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 earlier this year. This PC release marks developer Platinum's debut on the PC.

In 2010 Metal Gear Solid: Rising was announced for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but when it was re-revealed in 2011 after development duties transferred from Kojima Productions to Bayonetta developer Platinum, the PC version was absent from the game's list of platforms.

At Gamescom last year Kojima Productions creative producer Yuji Korekado said Konami would consider a PC version after the release of the console version.

"Right now, honestly, we are doing our best to complete at the same time the PlayStation 3 version and the Xbox 360 version," he explained. "For the PC version, we will contemplate making it or not once we reach this goal of completing the PS3 and 360 versions."

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