Rez Infinite launches on Steam and Oculus store in surprise release

Enhance Games has announced that its award-winning game Rez Infinite is now available to buy on PC for the very first time. Originally developed for the PS4 and PS VR, players can now buy the game on Steam and Oculus Home. It’s also compatible with the HTC Vive and will support 4K resolutions.

We are extremely excited to finally bring Rez/Rez Infinite to PC,"said Enhance Games founder and Rez creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi.

"It was a long time coming but now we have the best version yet. With 4K support, up to double the texture quality, advanced graphic options as well as multiple controller options, we hope to introduce our game to a new audience who’ve never played Rez before and those who haven’t picked it up in a while. It can also finally be experienced in VR with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.”

Players can download Rez Infinite now, and for the first two weeks the title will receive a 20 per cent discount as part of a special launch promotion (15.99 as opposed to 19.99).

In addition to this, a special Rez Infinite Digital Deluxe DLC pack will be available for free to everyone who purchases the game during this initial two week period. This includes a seven track Area X digital soundtrack sampler by Hydelic, with four brand new tracks from the level, a digital excerpt from the Rez Infinite Retrospective art book produced and sold exclusively at iam8bit, over 20 desktop wallpapers and a set of original Rez avatars.

A collector’s edition will also be available for PC courtesy of iam8bit. This includes an audio cassette tap featuring the same Area X tracks included in the digital deluxe DLC, a digital download of the tracks and a Steam download code for the full game. Only 888 units will be available at iam8bit.

See the game in action with the trailer below:

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