Sega has announced a release date for the digital PC version of sci-fi squad shooter Binary Domain.
The version, developed by Devil's Details as opposed to the console developer Team CS1, will launch on Friday, April 27th for $39.99 the Sega Blog confirms.
It uses Steamworks as DRM software, so you'll need to add it to a Steam account, regardless of if its purchased elsewhere or via PC retail (which was mentioned, but not in the same breath as the release date).
Sega's also offering up various pre-order bonuses through different TBA outlets, including single-player upgrades, a multiplayer map, a ninja class, and more.
Binary Domain has struggled thus far on consoles. The March NPD report had the game moving just 20,000 retail units in its first full month of release.