Everyone's favorite game about purgatory, Limbo, could be getting a release on current-gen consoles.

According to Eurogamer, the Korean Ratings Board has posted a listing for Limbo on Xbox One that was submitted by Microsoft Korea last week. The Korean Ratings Board has been a source for finding about many internationally-released games prior to their official announcements in the past. Limbo first debuted on Xbox 360 in 2010 and eventually went onto the PS Vita, iOS, PlayStation 3 and PC. Limbo was a slow-paced and atmospheric side-scrolling platformer where you played a boy trying to survive the scary environments of purgatory in a monochromatic world. The game itself had some rather intuitive puzzles and mechanics. Despite its focus on a black and white display, Limbo presented presented a beautiful, but dangerous, afterlife.

Limbo's developer, Playdead, will be releasing its next game, Inside, on Xbox One sometime in early 2015, and will launch on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC sometime after.