Telltale Games' episodic Back to the Future: The Game will be released for PC, PlayStation 3 and Wii in Europe during the first quarter of 2012.
Originally launched in five downloadable chapters, publisher Deep Silver has confirmed the entire game will arrive on European shores in disc-based form.
PS3 and Wii versions will launch across Europe, while boxed PC editions will only hit "some" territories, Nintendo Life reports.
Telltale Games adventure Back to the Future: The Game is free for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Just in time for finale's launch.
Call of Duty: Black Ops' Escalation pack at last lands on PS3, a month after its initial Xbox 360 launch.
For £10.99, yours will be five new maps to the mix, including George Romero-inspired zombie killing in Call of the Dead. There's even a digital version of Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Also watch out for delightfully named The 2D Adventures Of Rotating Octopus Character as a mini for both PS3 and PSP. The aquatic adventure tugged an 8/10 (out of tentacle?) from Kristan in Eurogamer's PSN: Comeback Special review roundup earlier this week.
Third part of Telltale's saga on the way.
How Telltale got Jennifer.
Episode two of the Back to the Future series is due out on the European PlayStation Network "soon", Telltale has said.
The third chapter in Telltale Games' episodic Back to the Future adventure series launches on PC and Mac next week.