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Sportsfriends—a collection of local multiplayer games consisting of Johann Sebastion Joust, BaraBariBall, Super Pole Riders, and Hokra—is coming to PS4, producer Doug Wilson announced.

Funded through Kickstarter successfully last year, Sportsfriends is a compilation compiled by the creators of all four of its titles: Douglas Wilson (Johann Sebastion Joust), Noah Sasso (BaraBariBall), Bennett Foddy (Super Pole Riders), and Ramiro Corbetta (Hokra).

Any backers who selected the PS3 version of Sportsfriends—which is also coming to Windows PC and Mac—will be able to upgrade to the PS4 version for free.

According to Wilson, he’ll be trying to find a way to get J.S. Joust working with DualShock 4 controllers. As far as the status of the current-gen version of Sportsfriends, he says that the games have been successfully ported and are operational on PS3 hardware, and that all that remains is menu polish and bug fixing.

The developers have yet to determine an exact release date, but promise the PS4 version will come “in the not-so-distant future.”

Sportsfriends (J.S Joust, Super Pole Riders, Hokra, BaraBariBall) Headed to PS4

By | 10/15/2013 03:09 PM PT

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Sportsfriends—a collection of local multiplayer games consisting of Johann Sebastion Joust, BaraBariBall, Super Pole Riders, and Hokra—is coming to PS4, producer Doug Wilson announced.

Funded through Kickstarter successfully last year, Sportsfriends is a compilation compiled by the creators of all four of its titles: Douglas Wilson (Johann Sebastion Joust), Noah Sasso (BaraBariBall), Bennett Foddy (Super Pole Riders), and Ramiro Corbetta (Hokra).

Any backers who selected the PS3 version of Sportsfriends—which is also coming to Windows PC and Mac—will be able to upgrade to the PS4 version for free.

According to Wilson, he’ll be trying to find a way to get J.S. Joust working with DualShock 4 controllers. As far as the status of the current-gen version of Sportsfriends, he says that the games have been successfully ported and are operational on PS3 hardware, and that all that remains is menu polish and bug fixing.

The developers have yet to determine an exact release date, but promise the PS4 version will come “in the not-so-distant future.”

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