Sunset Overdrive may be coming to PC if a Korean Game Rating and Administration Committee (GRAC) listing is to be believed. This morning, the GRAC pushed through a classification for "Sunset Overdrive PC" which is published by "Microsoft Corporation Korea". A translated version is available below.
Hopefully this means that the game is coming to PC as an Xbox Play Anywhere experience because it's published by Microsoft. Maybe it'll also bring Xbox One X enhancements with it or the announcement of a sequel. Just like any such leak, take it with a grain of salt until we have official confirmation. We're reached out to Microsoft for comment and shall update you as soon as we receive a response.
In Sunset Overdrive, the year is 2027 and Sunset City is under siege. A contaminated energy drink has transformed most of the population into toxic mutants. For many it's the end of the world, but for you it's a dream come true. Your old boss? Dead. Your boring job? Gone. Transform the open world into your tactical playground by grinding, vaulting and wall-running across the city while using a devastating, unconventional arsenal. With hyper-agility, unique weapons, and customizable special abilities, Sunset Overdrive rewrites the rules of traditional shooters and delivers an explosive, irreverent, stylish, and totally unique adventure to Xbox One.
The last we heard was that the Sunset Overdrive franchise "wasn't dead". Hopefully this is the beginning of a greater plan because the game is a sensational experience. In our review, we said "Sunset Overdrive is the most fun we've had with a shooter in a long time. If you took BulletStorm, Crackdown, and Tony Hawk Pro Skater and morphed them into one, you'd end up with Sunset Overdrive. The game simply goes all out from beginning to end. Its punk-rock sass and colorful world makes it so distinct from other games."
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