Catherine PC screenshot of a giant, red-eyed sheep

If you were following the gaming news this past week, chances are you've seen at least one teaser or rumor about the PC version of Catherine. Numerous games like Bayonetta and Valkyria Chronicles were getting invaded by sheep, two different rating organizations updated their listings in order to include a PC version, and the list goes on. It really did seem like we would finally get an announcement about the PC version of Catherine at some point this week!

Well, that announcement did now arrive, but in a bit of a different shape than most people expected. You see, ATLUS and SEGA didn't just reveal the PC version of Catherine, they straight up released it without sending even a word of warning beforehand! So if you're up for playing the somewhat messed up puzzle-platformer, simply head on over to Steam and you'll be climbing dream-towers in no time.

When it comes to improvements, however, the PC version has brought with it support for 4K resolutions, customizable keyboard and mouse controls, as well as the ability to unlock the framerate. And if you prefer a completely authentic experience, you might also be glad to hear that the PC version contains an option for the Japanese voice over. That said, the port has arrived alongside some technical issues, so unless you're extremely excited and can't wait to get your hands on it, I would highly recommend you be patient for a week or two so all of the major problems can get fixed before you dive in.

You can learn more about Catherine Classic, as well as follow its development moving forward, by visiting Steam. Have fun, and here's one of the recent trailers, just for good measure: