SteamWorld Dig headed to PlayStation 4 and Vita

Cross-buy title breaks ground in March.

Well-received indie platformer SteamWorld Dig will launch on PlayStation 4 and Vita in March, its developer Image & Form has revealed.

The game will cost €8.99/$9.99 (about £7.30) and host cross-buy support.

SteamWorld Dig's PS4 release will mark the first time that the series - originally for 3DS - has appeared on a home console.

"We are thrilled to present SteamWorld Dig to the PlayStation community," Image & Form boss Brjann Sigurgeirsson said. "This is our first release ever on a stationary console, and a long-standing dream of ours. So many PlayStation gamers have asked us to bring the game to their hardware, and we can't wait to join the community both on PS4 and Vita."

Watch footage of the game's HD version below.

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