Quantum Conundrum, the new puzzle adventure from Portal co-creator Kim Swift launches on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade on 11th July, publisher Square Enix has announced.

No price has been confirmed, though the PC version, out today, costs a princely £9.99/€14.99.

There's a batch of DLC incoming too - PC patrons can grab a season pass for £13.99/€19.99 via Steam now, which gets you the original game, two puzzle packs and the game's soundtrack. There's no word on whether a similar offer is coming to consoles too, but we wouldn't bet against it.

Eurogamer's Quantum Conundrum review will be up soon enough - keep yourself entertained in the meantime with the trailer below.

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