Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Coming to Steam in February, PS3 and Xbox One in March (Vita and Wii U Still TBA)

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Oddworld Inhabitants and Just Add Water’s New ‘n’ Tasty remake of Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee, which debuted last year on PlayStation 4, will be available on PS3, Steam and Xbox One in the not so distant future.

Let’s start with the PC/Mac/Linux release, which has been confirmed for a Steam (and other digital storefronts that are still to be determined) launch date of February 25th. It’ll sell for $20, with a 10% discount to be offered on pre-orders. Additional pre-order info, system requirements, and other details will be announced at a later date.

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Turning to PS3 and Xbox One, those platforms don’t have a specific launch date; however, they are currently planned to drop in early March. All versions will offer achievements/trophies, online leaderboards, and any updates that have been made to the original PS4 version since its release, such as an option for “old school” controls.

Don’t forget that Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty development for Vita and Wii U is still in progress, but due to certain “engineering challenges” getting the game up and running at optimal performance requires additional work and, as a result, more time.

Source: Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Release Dates For Steam, PS3 & Xbox One [Oddworld]

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