Ninja Theory is not making the PC version of upcoming DmC: Devil May Cry, a reimagining of Hideki Kamiya’s cult hit series. This news was revealed to website Eurogamer at the Tokyo Game Show, which is currently on in Japan.
The job of porting the game to PC is being handled by Polish company QLOC, which specialises in porting and localisation of video games. QLOC has done numerous porting jobs for Capcom in the past, including the PC version of Street Fighter X Tekken. Owing to this outsourced porting job, the PC version of DmC: Devil May Cry has been delayed; it now has a “TBA” window. The console versions are still on track for a 15 January 2013 release.
Capcom US producer Alex Jones confirmed that there is currently no concrete release date for the PC version. The publisher is, however, “endeavouring to get it out as shortly after the main game as possible.” Jones continued to explain saying the reason for delay was “because it’s being developed out of house by a different developer from Ninja Theory [and that] there are logistical things involved.”