Video game developer Harflight Studio and publisher SEGA have announced that they are launching Viking: Battle for Asgard on PC via Steam in the coming week.
The title was first offered on home consoles in 2008 and is a straight up hack-and-slash game which centers on a war that the Norse gods have started on Earth.
The Creative Assembly has used its own Total War Twitter account to say, “It's looking really pretty. We're looking forward to seeing one of our favourite games find a whole new audience.”
It’s not clear why SEGA has chosen to launch the game on the PC so late after it arrived on home consoles, but it might be part of the company’s strategy of using the entirety of its back catalog.
Viking: Battle for Asgard was not well received on home consoles and was the last action-oriented game that The Creative Assembly worked on.
The studio is best known for their Total War strategy series.