Fez Lands on PS3, PS4 and Vita

By   /   Mar 25, 2014

Polytron’s puzzle platformer Fez has been released for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in North America. The game will arrive on the said platforms in Europe tomorrow.

Fez is cross-buy for all three platforms and purchasing one version will give you access to the other two, along with the ability to share your save files as well. The game is available for the regular price of $12.99 but if you are a PlayStation Plus member and purchase it before April 2nd, you get 25% off and pay $9.74 instead.

“We hope that you will enjoy exploring the world of Fez for the first time, or that you’ll perhaps revisit its puzzles and charming locales once again — whether you prefer experiencing it on your home system with speakers blasting Disasterpeace’s delicious generative soundscapes, or on your PS Vita with headphones during the daily commute,” said the game’s producer Marie-Christine Bourdua in a post on the PlayStation Blog.

Originally released for the PC and Xbox 360 in 2012, players play as Gomez, a 2D creature living in what he believes is a 2D world until a strange and powerful artifact reveals to him the existence of a mysterious third dimension.

The development of the PlayStation versions was handled by Blit Software, a studio which created the PS3 and PS Vita versions of Spelunky.

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