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Monday, 20 August 2012 07:53

Steam to offer Castle Crashers

Written by David Stellmack

Only for Windows XP/Vista/7/8

The Xbox Live Arcade favorite Castle Crashers that was later released on PSN for the PlayStation 3 will now also be appearing on Windows. The Windows version will be sold on Steam and will run on any DirectX 9 system, including Windows XP/Vista/7/8.

The Windows version will offer Integrated Voice Chat, Steam Achievements, Gamepad Support, Steam Cloud Support, as well as pretty much everything else that you have seen in the previous Castle Crashers releases on the console platforms.

While developer Behemoth has not confirmed the exact release date yet, it will be coming soon. The Castle Crashers title was very popular on the console system, so the release on Windows isn’t surprising. No word yet if Behemoth is planning a Mac release, as well, at some point, but right now it isn’t something that they apparently have on their radar.

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