A fresh-gen console version of the game debuted on Xbox One in November 2014 – when it was given to early system adopters – but has not yet been officially declared for Sony’s console.
Handled by Double Eleven, the increased port of PlayDead’s award-winning indie title runs at 1080p and 60fps.
Limbo sees players take control of a little lad seeking his missing sister in a fatal and dark 2D world full of physics-based puzzles and obstructions.
It debuted on Xbox 360 in July 2010 and remained exclusive to the console before making its approach to PC, Mac and Vita until it arrived on PS3 a year later. Limbo sales had surpassed three million copies by the time the game found on iOS devices in July 2013.
It was announced at E3 2014 that PlayDead’s Limbo followup, Indoors, will be released first on Xbox One in “early 2015”.