Microsoft has announced more games coming to Xbox Game Pass in December.
Stylish fantasy metroidvania Ori and the Blind Forest is getting a sequel, Ori and the Will of the Wisps.
Revealed at Microsoft's E3 press conference, this follow-up will come to Xbox One and Windows 10 as an Xbox Play Anywhere title.
"Embark on an all new adventure to discover the mysteries beyond the forest of Nibel, uncover the hidden truths of those lost, and unravel Ori's true destiny," developer Moon Studios teased of its impending adventure.
UPDATE 09/03/2016 10.15pm: Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition has been delayed for PC, though its Xbox One version is still on track for launch this Friday.
UPDATE 07/08/2015 11.46pm Ori and the Blind Forest developer Moon Studios clarified that the game is actually getting a Definitive Edition for Xbox One and PC due later this year.
Moon Studios co-founders Thomas Mahler and Gennadiy Korol announced the enhanced edition on the official Xbox Gamescom livestream [below].
"We received a ton of fan feedback and are just trying to make this the ultimate version of Ori," Mahler said.
Ori and the Blind Forest took nearly five years to develop, but only one week to turn a profit.
Stylish platformer Ori and the Blind Forest at last has a release date: 11th March on PC and Xbox One.
In the US both versions will cost $19.99; it's not announced what their equivalent here will be.
Ori and the Blind Forest is made by Moon Studios, published by Microsoft. The game follows a spirit who explores magical lands, walking along ceilings and up walls.
Microsoft-published platformer Ori and The Blind Forest has been pushed back until "early 2015".
Microsoft has just shown off beautiful new platformer from indie developer Moon Studios, named Ori and the Blind Forest.