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Friday, 08 August 2014 07:32

PC to get Ryse: Son of Rome

Written by David Stellmack

Deep Silver to publish boxed release

The Xbox One launch title developed by Crytek for Microsoft, known as the graphically incredible Ryse: Son of Rome will be getting a PC release thanks to publisher Deep Silver. Crytek has confirmed that the boxed release will arrive this fall.

The conversion for the PC will be delivered to the PC promises to be a graphical tour-de-force featuring 4K resolution support and all of the bells and whistles in the original. It also promises to showcase what is possible with the CryEngine that powers the game. The PC release will also include all of the DLC that was released for the Xbox One version.

When Ryse is release for the PC it will be the second Xbox One exclusive launch title that has found its way to the PC after being released first on the Xbox One. (The first was Dead Rising 3 that will arrive next month.) Other that saying it will be released this fall, no additional information was available on when exactly this fall we can expect it.

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