Limbo To Be Developed For Playstation 3 and PC

on June 30, 2011 6:00 PM

After a Korean ratings board displayed a listing for a PlayStation Network version of Limbo yesterday, developer Playdead has confirmed that it is currently working on porting the acclaimed platformer to both the PSN and Steam. The PS3 version will be available in July, and more details will be announced next week.

Listings for PC and PS3 versions were discovered last year prior to its release on the Xbox Live Arcade. Playdead called it a mistake, saying, “You won’t see a PS3 or PC version this time around, sorry.” Speaking with Joystiq today, CEO Dino Patti said, “This might be the second time around we have been waiting for.”

Besides working porting their game to the other two most used gaming platforms, Playdead is also developing a brand new IP.


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