Ratings board lists Limbo for Xbox One

Back from the dead.

The critically-acclaimed Limbo is being re-released for Xbox One, a new ratings board listing suggests.


The Korean Ratings Board - a source for many previous leaks - has a listing for Limbo on Xbox One that was submitted by Microsoft Korea at the end of last week.

First launched for Xbox 360 back in 2010, the atmospheric puzzle platformer has since appeared on PC, PlayStation 3, iOS and Vita.

But Danish developer Playdead has maintained a close relationship with Microsoft and its next project, Inside, is set to be a timed-exclusive release for Xbox One.

Inside will arrive first for Xbox One at some point in 2015, followed by launches on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Mac.

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