Limbo Dev's Next Game Gets Xbox One and PC Release Dates

Inside coming in June; Microsoft also reveals Limbo is free for a limited time.


Denmark studio Playdead has announced its next major project, Inside, will launch on June 29 for Xbox One and July 7 for PC.

The adventure game was shown during Microsoft's E3 press conference, where it was also announced that the studio's previous game, Limbo, will be available for free for a limited period.

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Now Playing: Inside - Official E3 2016 Trailer

Limbo will be available for free on Xbox One from June 13 through to June 20. Those on PC will be able to download the acclaimed adventure-platformer for free on Steam on June 21 and 22.

Inside was first announced at E3 2014, and shares many stylistic signatures with Limbo. Its debut trailer showed a young boy running through a variety of dystopian environments.

Although Playdead hasn't provided further story details, the trailer suggested the narrative will deal with human experimentation.

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