Sunset Overdrive is Coming to Microsoft Windows – Announced Officially by Insomniac Games


Sunset Overdrive released October 28, 2014 exclusively on Xbox One console. The game received positive response from Xbox One community. The open-world game is developed by Inosmniac Games. Sunset Overdrive is finally releasing on Microsoft Windows.

This was confirmed officially by Insomniac games on Twitter. The tweet was followed by an announcement trailer of Sunset Overdrive releasing on PC.

Sunset Overdrive is an open-world playground with creepy mutants running around with bad smell and ogre shaped belly. You get to Vault, grind & wall-run the environment and kill all the mutants in style with a weird and unconventional arsenal in the game.

Sunset Overdrive can be played entirely in single player or you can team up with a friend and cause mutant massacre in style. It is entirely up to you. Regardless of what game mode you choose, the game delivers an adventure you will never forget.

There has been no word on its sequel since long. Developer Insomniac games after success of Sunset Overdrive started work on Marvel’s Spider-Man.

Insomniac after the huge success of Marvel’s Spider-Man have remained silent on their next project. However, CEO Ted Price have hinted at an upcoming possible sequel as next project for Insomniac.

The game was praised a lot back when it released exclusively on Xbox One platform in 2014. However, till now, Insomniac have been mum on any subject that may hint a possible sequel of the game. Ted Price said:

When you establish an IP, you now know what the tone is, you know what the character is, you know what the core mechanics are that work. You know what players liked and didn’t like, so doing a sequel for any game, be it Sunset Overdrive or something else, is an opportunity to deliver something to fans that’s significantly better than the original, and that’s something that I think we at Insomniac would love to do someday

The developers at Insomniac have listened Sunset Overdrive fans since years. We could potentially see a teaser in E3 2019 or maybe a gameplay.

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