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Housemarque have announced that Nex Machina will be coming to PC.

“This is our first PC game launch since Supreme Snowboarding in 1999 (Outland is on Steam, but was ported 3 years after the console release) so it has been a long time coming. It’s amazing and humbling to be able to get back to our roots in PC development, where we started almost 22 years ago”, said Ilari Kuittinen, CEO of Housemarque.

Officially there is no date to announce yet, but their aim is to get Nex Machina out during the summer on PC and PS4. As twin-sticks go, the game will be controller focused, but they are also fine-tuning a mouse and keyboard control scheme as we speak.

“Working on the PC build has come with its own set of challenges, but our friends at Nvidia have helped us realize that Housemarque magic on the PC as well”, said Mikael Haveri, Head of Publishing.

Get ready for more Nex Machina related news in the days and weeks before launch. There is still quite a bit that they haven’t yet announced and a few question marks still remain.

Until next time, enjoy the “PC announcement trailer” that features a brand new level of Nex Machina, and add it to your wishlist on Steam.

This could probably be the game for which Housemarque had taken a survey for, a few weeks ago. So what do you PC gamersthink about Nex Machina coming to PC? Let us know in the comments below.

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