Blaster Master Zero Developer Inti Creates Will Reveal More PC Ports in the Coming Months
Following the release of Blaster Master Zero on Steam, Inti Creates has revealed to DualShockers that more of its games are coming to PC in the next 6 to 9 months.
On Friday, Japanese developer Inti Creates released Blaster Master Zero for PC. As a port of a 2017 Nintendo 3DS and Switch game, this marked the start of a new wave of PC ports for the talented developer of platformers like Azure Striker Gunvolt and Dragon Marked for Death. While Inti Creates promised more PC ports were coming, no exact timeframe was given for those releases. During an interview at E3 2019, CEO Takuya Aizu was able to narrow that window down for DualShockers.
“While it’s not like we have tons of titles that we don’t have on Steam yet that we have elsewhere, we do want to get [those not on PC] out. We don’t want to keep people waiting for a super long time. So we have Blaster Master Zero out this week, so maybe a month, maybe two months, I’m not entirely sure. We definitely want to get these titles out over the next half a year or 9 months.” Aizu-san revealed to DualShockers.
“I don’t think it will be too long, but we’ll see what we can do,” he concluded. Whenever Inti Creates decides to show these PC ports off at future events over the course of the next 6 to 9 months, DualShockers will keep you in the loop. Currently, Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX is an title in development at Inti Creates that will launch simultaneously for PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch on September 26.
If you haven’t picked up Blaster Master Zero yet, the PC port is definitely worth it as it includes all DLC. The game currently holds a “Positive” user rating on Steam as well, which means the porting job was good. That being said, you can still find the game on your 3DS or Nintendo Switch.