We have some really exciting news now for those of you that really want to buy the upcoming Virtua Tennis 4 game but don’t own an Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 or Nintendo Wii, as SEGA has just announced that the popular tennis game will be coming to the PC this summer.
According to a recent article by Wesley Yin-Poole over at eurogamer.net, the Virtua Tennis 4 title will be released as both a boxed product and a digital download in Europe, while those who live in the United States will only be able to download the game digitally.
Although we don’t actually have a specific release date for the Virtua Tennis 4 game yet, we do know that the PC version — which as SEGA says will have full support for the Xbox 360 controller — will be out in the summer, once the console versions of the game have been released on April 29th.
The PC version does of course include all of the features that can be found in the console versions, including leaderboard support, an enhanced online mode, mini-games and a new social clubhouse. You can view a gameplay trailer via the eurogamer.net website.
Are you pleased that the Virtua Tennis 4 game is coming to the PC as well as the Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3?