Autumn Games, the team behind the cartoon 2D fighting game Skullgirls, has at last shared details about the long awaited PC port of the game.
According to the official blog post, they are in the "final stages" of reaching an agreement with Marvelous AQL to publish the PC port.
"Since we first announced our intention to bring Skullgirls to the PC, people have been clamoring for updates. But I'm ecstatic to report that Autumn Games is in the final stages of signing an agreement with Marvelous AQL to fund and publish the PC version of Skullgirls, and work will begin on the PC version in the coming weeks.
We presented Marvelous with two options: a relatively quick port that would mirror the feature set of the console releases, and a slower port with expanded multiplayer functionality such as lobbies. Marvelous AQL has graciously opted for second option.
Once we begin working on it we expect the project to take around four months to complete. As we get closer to release, we'll have more information for you about the public beta, what new features you can expect, and much more.
And, like before, the PC version will be released on pretty much every digital distribution platform: Gamefly, GamersGate, GameStop PC Download, Origin, and Steam."
Skullgirls is already available to download on Xbox Live and Playstation Network.Last modified on