SEGA’s international branches have confirmed that the upcoming PC port of Sonic Lost World will not be the only SEGA title making the transition to the PC market. John Clark, VP of Commercial Publishing for Sega Europe, stated that Sonic Lost World is “the latest in a string of high quality PC ports of past SEGA titles that we will be building on in the coming months and years.”

Sonic Lost World released for the Wii U back in 2013 to a rather tepid response from critics and gamers alike. The port promises full controller support and customizable graphics settings, as well as the standard Steam suite of features such as Achievements and Cloud Saving. It also comes bundled with the Nightmare DLC, containing an extra stage littered with references to SEGA’s own Nights franchise.

Sonic Lost World is now available via Steam for $24.99. While it’s not my first choice for a PC port from SEGA, the potential for more titles down the line is nothing short of exciting.

Source: Gamasutra