Ori and the Blind Forest coming to Windows Store and Steam on April 27

Microsoft today announced that popular 2D sidescrolling platformer Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition will be available for gamers on Windows 10 and Steam on April 27. This was released on Xbox One last month.

“Immediately after the release of Ori and the Blind Forest, we heard cries from fans asking for even more content. Instead of ‘just’ releasing DLC, we decided to craft an entirely new package that includes both the new content as well as features that fans have asked us to add to the original game. We spent almost an entire year on this new release of Ori and the Blind Forest and hope that we have now delivered the ultimate ‘Ori experience’ for all of our fans out there!”

Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition on Windows 10 will support enhanced resolution and monitor support, and the ability to cross-save between the Xbox One and Windows 10 versions. Also, on Steam, if you already own the original Ori and the Blind Forest, you can upgrade to Definitive Edition for just $4.99!

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