Limbo confirmed for PSN, Steam

Bleak-but-brilliant adventure out soon.

Limbo developer Playdead has confirmed that its acclaimed Xbox Live Arcade adventure is coming to both PlayStation Network and Steam alter this year.

The news comes after a Korean Ratings Board listing for a PS3 version of the game was spotted earlier this week.

According to Joystiq, Playdead is handling both ports. No release date was confirmed, but they're expected "very soon".

There's no word yet on whether the PC and PSN versions will offer any additional content over and above the XBLA original. When Eurogamer asked for further details, Playdead CEO Dino Patti responded, "We can't elaborate more on this at this moment. We'll have more details on it soon."

Still, great news. PC and PlayStation 3 gamers might like to revisit Eurogamer's Limbo review to whet their appetites.

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