The installation process is optimized to reduce file size on PC, and 3840x1600 resolutions should now display correctly.
The bullet-hell/third-person shooter finally comes to PC, but not without its share of issues. Here are some fixes you should know about.
With a concurrent user count of under 7,000 on Steam, Returnal is among Sony's worst PC launches so far, second only to Sackboy: A Big Adventure.
Having spent two years as a title exclusive to the PS5, Returnal has finally made the jump to PC. How well does it perform, and is it still fun? Check out our review to find out.
Housemarque's acclaimed roguelike third person shooter is now available on PC, nearly two years on from its PS5 launch.
Housemarque's third-person shooter is coming to PC on February 15th. Here's what you need to know before journeying to Atropos.
Some serious hardware is required if you're keen on running Returnal on PC in 4K/60 FPS at Epic settings with ray tracing enabled.
Releasing on February 15th, it features accessibility options like a ping system for co-op play and an alt-fire crosshair charging notification.
Coming to Steam and Epic Games Store for $59.99, pre-orders get access to two weapons, consumables and a Pulsating Mass artifact early.
The minimum and recommended system requirements for Returnal's upcoming PC port have been unveiled.
Climax Studios is best known for Silent Hill: Origins and Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, and has also worked with Housemarque on past titles like Dead Nation and Resogun.
Sony has confirmed at The Game Awards that Returnal is coming to PC. The port is due out sometime in early 2023.
Previously leaked under the codename Oregon, the roguelike shooter's SteamDB page has been updated with mentions of the game's official name.
Evidence is mounting for the impending announcement of a PC release for sci-fi roguelike Returnal, this time with a look at its options screens.
Multiple leaks in recent weeks have claimed that Housemarque's roguelike third person shooter is headed to PC soon.
The SteamDB page for the roguelike sci-fi shooter was recently updated again, suggesting the game might be optimized for the Steam Deck at launch.
Following various leaks, the PC port of Housemarque's roguelike shooter is rumored to be releasing sometime this Summer.
Senior narrative designer Eevi Korhonen also talked about the difficulties the development team encountered while trying to inculcate story elements and manage pacing in a roguelike.
New details and screenshots on the PC ports of the two PlayStation exclusives have also allegedly leaked, lending further credence to the rumour.
A listing for "Oregon" contains references to Helios, Tower of Sisyphus and Returning along with several tags describing the shooter.