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Playdead’s puzzle-platform game Limbo has been rated (via Lifelower) for Xbox One on the Korean Game Rating Board’s website, suggesting that a next-gen release could be on the cards.

The XBLA game originally released on Xbox 360 back in July 2010, and has since been ported to PC, PlayStation 3, iOS, and Vita.

Limbo sees players take control of a shadowy nameless boy who wakes up in a creepy forest and must somehow make his way through to the end to find his missing sister?although this is easier said than done when everything is out to kill you.

Developer Playdead is currently hard at work on a timed Xbox One exclusive called Inside, a 2.5D platformer that sees a little boy trapped in a factory, which is due to release in 2015.

Source: Korean Game Rating Board
Via: Lifelower 

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Limbo appears on Korean ratings board for Xbox One

Playdead's puzzle-platform game Limbo has been rated for Xbox One on the Korean Game Rating Board's website, suggesting that a next-gen release could be on the cards.

By Matthew Bennett | 10/17/2014 11:15 AM PT

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Playdead’s puzzle-platform game Limbo has been rated (via Lifelower) for Xbox One on the Korean Game Rating Board’s website, suggesting that a next-gen release could be on the cards.

The XBLA game originally released on Xbox 360 back in July 2010, and has since been ported to PC, PlayStation 3, iOS, and Vita.

Limbo sees players take control of a shadowy nameless boy who wakes up in a creepy forest and must somehow make his way through to the end to find his missing sister?although this is easier said than done when everything is out to kill you.

Developer Playdead is currently hard at work on a timed Xbox One exclusive called Inside, a 2.5D platformer that sees a little boy trapped in a factory, which is due to release in 2015.

Source: Korean Game Rating Board
Via: Lifelower 

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89