Platinum Games' cult favorite hack and slash, Bayonetta, has finally been ported to the PC, a full seven years after it was initially launched on the Xbox 360 and PS3. It's not a straight conversion though, as with the move Platinum Games' has also uprated the game's visuals to support 4K resolution and by all accounts, it can run at that detail level at a solid 60 frames per second on quite reasonable hardware.
Early testing from the likes of PCGamesN found that a GTX 1050 and an Intel Core-i5 was more than enough to deliver the locked 60 frames per second the game aims for.
Don't expect much in the way of graphical options in the port, as much like Platinum Games' Nier Automata PC version, there are just a few basic tweakable settings, which will only really be necessary if you're running a graphics card from several generations past, as this is a seven year old game and doesn't require the heftiest of hardware to run nicely.
There are also reports of a few bugs, but the majority of steam reviews are extremely positive, so it sounds like Platinum Games has done a much better job of bringing this property to PCs.