Posted Fri Nov 21, 2014 at 09:11 AM PST by Brian Hoss
Coming to the Xbox One and PC in early 2015.
'Ori and the Blind Forest' stunned viewers at E3 with one of the more touching game introductions in recent memory, and that special trailer is now available to watch in 60fps thanks to the new YouTube functionality. (A preview of the game can be found here.)
Of course, fans have been eagerly awaiting the game, but today, Moon Studios officially announced that the game would not be released until Early 2015. The reason stated is just that more time is needed. While the delay is tough for those waiting, it really is preferable to releasing an incomplete game. (As several recent games have reminds everyone.)
From Moon Studios,
Dear Ori Fans,
While we’re extremely excited for all of you to get your hands on Ori and the Blind Forest as soon as possible, we made the decision together with our partners at Microsoft Studios that we’ll need just a little more time in order to add a final layer of polish to – what we hope – will be an unforgettable gaming experience.
So far, we’ve given you small glimpses of Ori at E3, Gamescom and Tokyo Game Show and we’re looking forward to inviting you on this journey when we’ll be releasing Ori and the Blind Forest Early 2015 exclusively for Xbox One and PC.
Moon Studios wants to thank all the Ori and the Blind Forest fans out there for their continued encouragement and their amazing support.
You can find the latest info on 'Ori and the Blind Forest' linked from our Video Game Release Schedule.
Source: Moon Studios
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