The critically-acclaimed Limbo and Inside will both launch for Nintendo Switch next week on Thursday 28th June.
Danish studio Playdead's pair of acclaimed puzzle adventures are, of course, already available on various other platforms although this is the first time either has launched for a Nintendo console.
If you haven't played either game yet and own a Switch, there now really is no excuse.
Inside, the brilliantly mysterious and beautifully made game by Limbo developer Playdead, is now available for iPhones and iPads.
The meticulous, mysterious and award-winning Inside appears to be heading to Nintendo Switch and iOS.
A physical double pack of Inside and Limbo is being released for PS4 and Xbox One.
Limbo and Inside developer Playdead has teased the following concept art for its next game on Twitter:
UPDATE 28/11/2016 9.24pm: The Inside demo is available on PS4 as well, where it's also on sale for £7.39.
PlayStation players had to wait a year for Limbo, the first game from talented indie studio Playdead.
Limbo developer Playdead's long-awaited follow-up, Inside, is due 29th June on Xbox One.
It will arrive on Steam the following week starting 7th July.
To commemorate this, Limbo is now free on Xbox One. It will also be free on Steam 21st-22nd June.
Limbo developer Playdead has finally revealed its upcoming game, Inside, which will be an Xbox One timed-exclusive.
Due in 2015, Inside is another moody 2D platformer, though this time the graphics are more obviously rendered in 3D with more complex backgrounds. It's set in a dreary grey world, where one boy is seemingly infiltrating a factory where everyone else seems to be brainless and broken. It looks a bit like a less goofy take on the early Oddworld adventures.
Besides Inside, Microsoft announced a slew of ID@Xbox titles. These include: Aztez, Plague Inc: Evolve, White Night, Earthlock, Cuphead, Hyper Light Drifter, Lifeless Planet, Slash Dash, Fru, Lovers in a Dangerous Space Time, Mighty No 9, Grave, Threes, Woole, Hellraid, and Below.