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Rez Infinite comes to PC, playable on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive

Rez makes its long-awaited debut on PC

Rez Infinite is now available for Windows PC and is playable in virtual reality with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, developer Enhance Games announced today. The musical shooter supports 4K resolution and double the texture quality on PC.

The PC release of Rez Infinite includes remastered levels from the original 2001 Dreamcast game and the new Area X level.

Enhance Games founder and Rez creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi calls the PC release “the best version yet.” Rez Infinite on PC supports multiple controllers, unrestricted resolution and a new View Mode that lets players “take in the environment, or capture great moments.”

Rez Infinite normally costs $24.99, but is being sold at a 20 percent launch discount ($19.99). For the first two weeks, players who purchase the PC version will also get extra content: a seven-track digital soundtrack sampler by Hydelic, a digital excerpt from the Rez Infinite Retrospective art book from iam8bit, more than 20 desktop wallpapers and a set of original Rez avatars.

Rez Infinite first came to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR in 2016. Enhance Games said in a release that the game will also be released on Daydream, Google’s virtual reality platform, later this year.

Check out a batch of 4K screenshots of Rez Infinite in the gallery below.

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