Over the past few weeks, there have been numerous listings of Sunset Overdrive for PC. It's been leaked by almost every ratings agency out there, including the Entertainment Software Rating Board. Luckily, you won't have to wait any longer because the game is now available on PC on Steam and the Microsoft Store.
Just like other Microsoft exclusives, THQ Nordic is bringing the title to PC. The publisher had to wait for the reveal to happen in order to announce the physical version of Sunset Overdrive. While you can purchase the digital version for $19.99 today, you'll have to wait a week to buy it from your favorite physical retailer.
The PC version of Sunset Overdrive includes the base game as well as bonus expansions. You won't have to spend any more to experience the entire package.
Sunset Overdrive was originally released in 2014 and garnered stellar reviews. Many outlets called it the best Xbox One game that year. The Sunset Overdrive description states, "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. You can transform the open-world into your tactical playground by grinding, vaulting, and wall-running across the city while using a devastating, unconventional arsenal."
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