Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition coming to Windows Store and Steam
One of the best video games available for the Xbox One, is the critically acclaimed, Ori and the Blind Forest. It is one of those indie games that get players excited to play more indie games, or the ones that are worth playing.
According to a report from Ori and the Blind Forest developers, the game will be headed to the Windows Store and Steam on April 27 in the form of a definitive edition. The game will support enhanced resolution for higher quality graphics, along with multiple monitor support. Furthermore, players will be able to cross-save across Xbox One and Windows 10 versions of the game.
What the developer had to say:
“Immediately after the release of Ori and the Blind Forest, we heard cries from fans asking for even more content. Instead of ‘just’ releasing DLC, we decided to craft an entirely new package that includes both the new content as well as features that fans have asked us to add to the original game. We spent almost an entire year on this new release of Ori and the Blind Forest and hope that we have now delivered the ultimate ‘Ori experience’ for all of our fans out there!”
If you already own the regular version of the game on Steam, picking up Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive edition will only cost $4.99. It won’t be a separate game, but instead, an upgrade.
The developers said they spent an entire year working on this version of the game, so let’s hope it turns out to be more than just a pretty face.
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