Killer Instinct Will Soon Be Available On Steam

A free-to-play brawler game called Killer Instinct is set to arrive to the gaming world this year. Originally, it was announced as an exclusive title for Windows Store. However, it has been changed and is expected to hit Steam soon. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.

According to PCGamer, the big reveal about Killer Instinct was made at CEO 2017, which took place at Florida. The developers of the game, later on, went to Twitter to announce the huge move. Obviously, this is a great news to players who have wanted the game to reach the Steam platform.

It remains a mystery, however, as to how the upcoming game will be introduced on the aforementioned platform. Many believe that there will be a free version, something that most game developers do for their free-to-play titles. Subsequently, there will be playable characters unleashed to the community for free.

Engadget reports that Killer Instinct will also offer a so-called Definitive Edition. The latter, in one way or another, provides the purchaser with the base game and the entire roster of character. Developer Iron Galaxy has not unveiled the reason behind the jump but assured the expecting fans that it was for the best interesting of the forthcoming title.

There is also no definite date as to when the studio plans to release Killer Instinct, though it is confirmed for a later timeline this year, as reported by Kotaku. It is worth noting that it is among the most highly anticipated brawl-themed game of recent memory. Many have expected for details about its gameplay to be revealed. However, much to the dismay of fans, it was revealed that Steam will soon acquire the title.

Killer Instinct was previously deemed as a tentpole release for the Windows Store. However, for some reason, the people behind it moved to another direction. While this is expected to remain a mystery, the studio promised to give out more details about the game in the next few weeks or so.

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