Looks like the atmospheric, platforming-filled levels of purgatory are expanding as Playdead gears up for a PlayStation 4 release of Limbo.
As a means of saying thanks, Microsoft will be giving one of the most atmospheric puzzle-platformer hybrids for free to those who had an Xbox One since the beginning.
Everyone's favorite game about purgatory, Limbo, could be getting a release on current-gen consoles.
Fight, point-and-click, puppeteer, puzzle and kick your way through May with these new, free downloads being added to PlayStation Plus' Instant Game Collection.
Originally released three years ago in July 2010 for Xbox Live Arcade, Limbo has gone on to amass universal acclaim from gamers and critics alike. It was only a matter of time before Playdead brought their hit over to the shores of Apple. But as with any game that gets ported over to iOS, there's always the potential for something to go awry. Maybe a different developer messes things up or perhaps the core gameplay just isn't meant for a touchscreen device. Any number of things could get in the way. So how did this well-established indie fare in its port over to iOS?
The brilliantly atmospheric Limbo is headed to the PlayStation Vita, but it'll be a simple port, not taking advantage of the Vita's touchscreen capabilities. It's probably for the best. We don't want to get our fingers anywhere near those brain slugs.
Limbo is making the platform jump once again, but this time it is over to a handheld. That's right people, Limbo will now be available on the PS Vita.