Following its release on the Xbox One last year, the puzzle-platformer Limbo is going to make its debut on the PlayStation 4 this year.
This is according to the European ratings board PEGI which today listed the game as “realistic-looking violence,” and with a 16 rating, claiming “the content of this game is suitable for persons aged 16 years and over only.”
Expect a release date to be officially announced in the coming months. The game will probably remain more or less the same as its Xbox One counter-part. Though it’s always appreciated if the developer ends up adding additional content for the sake of it.
Limbo was first released in 2010 on the PC and since then has been ported to almost all major platforms, including the PS3, Xbox 360, Vita and iOS. The black-and-white title may lack color, but it fills that gap with an edgy experience of a young boy who awakens in the middle of a forest and proceeds to find his missing sister. of
So how many of you are interested in playing it on Sony’s latest hardware?