Platformer Max: The Curse of Brotherhood launches on Xbox 360 on 9th April and on PC via Steam on 15th April, developer Press Play has announced.
It launched on Xbox One earlier this year.
Creative director Mikkel Thorsted said: "We are really proud of releasing what we believe will be one of the best-looking games on XBLA. Originally, Max: the Curse of Brotherhood was developed for Xbox 360. Late in development we couldn't turn down the opportunity to reposition the game as an Xbox One launch title.
"Since we shipped the Xbox One version, we have worked to make what we believe is the best possible Xbox 360 and PC versions of the game."
On PC and Xbox 360 the game costs £11.99 / $14.99 / €14.99.
Microsoft bought Danish developer Press Play in 2012 as part of a "light-touch" acquisition. The studio has several unannounced original IP in development.