Ori and the Blind Forest will release on March 11 for the PC and Xbox One, the game’s official Twitter account has announced.
Both versions will be priced $19.99 in North America, whereas the pricing equivalent for other regions is currently not confirmed.
The action platformer was announced during E3 2014 and left us with a single word in our minds – beautiful. Players play as Ori, the last spirit guardian, who is on a quest to save the blind forest. During your magical journey you’ll come across puzzles that need solving and combat situations that need… combating.
In development at Moon Studios, the game was originally intended for a release in late 2014 but was then delayed to early 2015. Back then, the developer stated that the decision was made with Microsoft Studios (acting publisher) because the game needs “a little more time in order to add a final layer of polish.”
Ori and the Blind Forest is also confirmed for the Xbox 360. As of yet, no information has been provided for the last-gen version, which probably means that it’s still pegged for a late 2015 release.