2014's third-person parkour-based shooter Cloudbuilt is getting a remastered release on PC and consoles next month where it will carry the new name Super Cloudbuilt.
The PS4 and PC versions are due on 25th July, while the Xbox One version will follow three days later on 28th July.
Pre-orders on PS4 will include a demo, featuring the game's tutorial, first three levels, and a Playground practice area.
One of the core tenets of free running is that there is an artistry in simple movement; it holds unimpeded momentum to be one of the most beautiful things in the world. A growing crop of games has sought to co-opt this idea for their own purposes - be it more open levels, a sense of empowerment or simple fun. Cloudbuilt takes that idea and uses it to tell a story, frequently nailing the connection between metaphor, message and play.
The set-up for this surreal action-platformer is just as unusual as its special cocktail of triumph and anguish. Demi is a woman who has recently been hospitalised with some brutal war injuries, and you (mostly) play as her subconscious, struggling to make sense of her misfortune and the challenges that await after her recovery.
Every stage becomes an abstraction of her current disposition. Each time you begin, you'll be dropped into increasingly hostile worlds with a few basic tools to help you traverse the course and reach your goal.
100 more titles have been accepted onto Steam via Valve's voting service, Steam Greenlight.
Cloudbuilt - a lavish third-person parkour game for PC - has just been announced by Swedish indie developer Coilworks.