Cobalt, the 2D platform shooter published by Minecraft maker Mojang, will launch via Steam, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on 2nd February.
The release comes after a fourth month delay designed to allow developer Oxeye more time to polish the game - and to move it clear of the busy end of year sales season.
Owners of the Steam alpha version will get a code to grant them a free copy of the full game. Steam will also host new user-created levels for the side-scroller, shared via Steam Workshop.
2D platform shooter Cobalt will now launch in February 2016, publisher Mojang has announced.
Minecraft developer Mojang has announced it will publish Cobalt for Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
The 2D platform shooter is currently available in alpha for PC and Mac, developed by Swedish indie outfit Oxeye.
It has a 16-bit era style and will be a competitive multiplayer experience.
Minecraft has launched on PC, Mac, Android and iOS, and it will launch on Xbox Live Arcade - but it will not launch on PS Vita.
Cobalt, Minecraft developer Mojang's first foray into third party publishing, should launch this week, developer Oxeye Games has announced.