Xbox One/PC Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition Delayed to 2016
"More news to share soon!" developer says.
The upcoming Definitive Edition of acclaimed Xbox One and PC platformer Ori and the Blind Forest will not make it out this year as previously planned. Developer Moon Studios announced on Twitter that the game's release date has shifted to spring 2016.
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Announced during Gamescom in August, the Definitive Edition will include new areas and game mechanics, and "potentially" new abilities, Moon Studios said at the time. It will be available for Xbox One, as well as PC through Steam and Windows 10.
In official news: We want to let our fans know that you can play Ori Definitive Edition in Spring 2016 & will have more news to share soon!— OriAndTheBlindForest (@OriBlindForest) December 22, 2015
GameSpot's 9/10 Ori and the Blind Forest review hailed it as a "rapturous platformer that is as fun as it is beautiful." Moon Studios has also talked about continuing the story further, potentially with a movie.
The game landed at No. 7 in GameSpot's overall 2015 Game of the Year countdown.
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