After an initial teaser this week, Catherine for PC seems all but confirmed as the ESRB has rated its impending PC release.
As one of Atlus’ smaller titles, Catherine has grown a passionate audience over the eight years since it released thanks to its wacky adult humor and unusual gameplay, and now it seems more likely than ever that the game will be coming to PC in the near future.
Yesterday, fans of the beloved and quirky puzzler buzzed about a teaser that appeared on the Steam page for Bayonetta that made it seem likely that the game would be coming to PC, and now it seems even more likely as an ESRB rating has popped up for the now-impending PC version.
The ESRB rating for the original release of the game on PS3 and Xbox 360, which first debuted for those platforms back in 2011, has now been updated to include PC as one of the platforms.
Aside from confirming that the cult classic will head to PC, the listing also confirms that this iteration of Catherine will indeed be the original release of the game instead of Catherine: Full Body, the upcoming enhanced/remastered version of the game that will features some additional content. That version, however, is coming exclusively to PS4 and PS Vita next month.
Catherine is available now on PS3 and Xbox 360 (also backwards compatible on Xbox One), and the upcoming Catherine: Full Body will release for PS4 and PS Vita in February.