Playdead has signed a new publishing deal with Epic Games and has again given fans a brief glimpse into what it's currently working on.
If you're looking to expand your games library, the Epic Games Store is offering two excellent indies for free with Celeste and Inside.
For those hoping to unpack their version of the Inside Collector's Edition from Playdead, iam8bit, and... Real Doll(?) we have sad news.
Eight years after its initial release, Playdead's Limbo is gracing the Nintendo Switch offering a bleak and consistently entertaining puzzle platformer.
Playdead's critically-acclaimed indie platformers Limbo and Inside will both be coming to Switch next week on June 28.
INSIDE is getting a mysterious collector's edition from Playdead and retailer iamb8it in collaboration with RealDoll. Yes, THAT RealDoll.
Playdead Studio's co-founder has confirmed that their award-winning indie game, Inside, will be making its way onto the Nintendo Switch.
Inside+Limbo Double Pack contains both critically acclaimed titles in a single package available at North American retailers today.
Playdead's exceptional platformers will be arriving in the LIMBO/INSIDE Double Pack, which will come to PS4 and Xbox One in September this year.
Ahead of the upcoming release of Little Nightmares, retailer GOG is pairing the game with last year's acclaimed INSIDE for free with pre-orders on PC.
Limbo, developer Playdead's 2D puzzle-platformer, is the latest title to join the Xbox One's backward compatibility catalog.
After 10 years founding and working at Danish independent studio Playdead, co-founder Dino Patti has left to seek new challenges, he announced on Twitter this morning.
With the impending release of their upcoming title Inside, developer Playdead was most well-known for their acclaimed, dark platformer LIMBO and its unique visuals, with the studio now offering a chance for players to experience the game
Following the studio's successful debut with Limbo back in 2010, independent developer PlayDead have been quietly working on the game's follow-up, an Xbox One exclusive titled Inside: while the game received its debut at last year's E3
A listing on the Korean Ratings Board suggests that indie platformer Limbo will be released on Xbox One.