It’s no longer a PS4 exclusive title, but we are more than okay with this.

Housemarque is a independent development studio with a long history. Its first game was released in 1993 when the team was known as Bloodhouse. Since 2012 and the launch of Super Stardust Delta those creators are linked with PlayStation with titles like Resogun, Alienation and Super Stardust VR being released exclusively on Sony’s platforms.

The same was expected with Nex Machina, but now it has been confirmed that the game will be available as well for PCs. It’s worth mentioning that Housemarque released its last PC game in 1999, so that’s quite a return.

No specific date was given for the release, but developers expect Nex Machina to launch this summer.