Human: Fall Flat Coming to PS4 and Xbox One

on February 13, 2017 9:59 AM

Today, publisher Curve Digital and developer No Brakes Games announced that Human: Fall Flat is coming to PS4 and Xbox One.

The news came via the following tweet from Curve Digital, who also revealed there would be new content in the form of new levels and customization. Further details on said new content were not divulged.

As you may know, the quirky, open-ended physics-based puzzle and exploration game is already available on PC, Mac, and Linux, where it released last year. Here’s an overview, courtesy of the game’s Steam listing:

Bob is just a normal human with no superpowers, but given the right tools he can do a lot. Misuse the tools and he can do even more!

The world of Human: Fall Flat features advanced physics and innovative controls that cater for a wide range of challenges. Bob’s dreams of falling are riddled with puzzles to solve and distractions to experiment with for hilarious results. The worlds may be fantastical, but the laws of physics are very real.

Will you try to open that mysterious door, or would you rather see how far you can throw a speaker set out that window?

Features

  • Direct and complete control of the character. Nothing is scripted and no limits imposed.

  • Fully interactive environments, grab anything, climb anything, carry anything.

  • Local co-op mode for you and a friend to tackle the worlds together.

  • Paint your own custom Bob or even import your face onto his via webcam.

  • 8 beautiful dreamscapes to explore with many puzzles to solve.

  • Unlimited replay value created by you thinking outside the box.

An exact release beyond “soon” was not revealed, nor was a price point. But an announcement trailer was — check it out below:

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