Moon Studios announced earlier today that the Windows 10 version of Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition will be delayed, and will release sometime after the Xbox One version of the game.
Speaking in an interview on the Xbox website, executive producer Mark Coates explained the delay, saying, “Yes, we did announce a release date of March 11. But to make sure everyone who plays Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition gets a great experience regardless of platform, we’re taking a bit of extra time with the Windows Store and Steam versions. We will launch the Xbox One version on March 11, and will update you soon on when the other versions will launch. We can’t wait to get the final game in the hands of players and see their reaction.”
He also discussed the new level you will get in the game that had been revealed recently, called Black Root Burrows. This new area will reveal a little more on the backstory of Naru, the mother character in the game.
If you already own Ori and Blind Forest, you can pay just $4.99 to upgrade it to the Definitive Edition, while the full game costs $19.99 to purchase.
While there is no date for the PC release, you can get Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition on the Xbox One on Mar. 11.
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This post was originally written by Felisha Silva.