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Limbo coming to Xbox One soon?

Limbo could be coming to the Xbox One soon, according to a recent listing on a ratings board.
An Xbox One version of black-and-white platformer Limbo has been spotted on the Korean Ratings Board, which has previously been a reliable source for game leaks.
The listing was submitted by Microsoft Korea at the end of last week, which also adds some credibility to the leak.
Sadly, there’s no information as to when Limbo could launch on Xbox One – but if it’s on the Ratings Board, release may well be imminent.
Limbo was originally launched as an Xbox 360 exclusive back in 2010. The eerie and atmospheric platformer has subsequently been launched on a variety of platforms, including PS3, PC, iOS and Android devices.
The game’s developer, Playdead, has always maintained a close relationship with Microsoft, ever since the launch of Limbo.
Playdead is preparing to launch its next project Inside as a timed Xbox One exclusive sometime in 2015.
Inside will then be released at a later date for PC, Mac, PS3, PS4 and Xbox 360.
Inside looks to be another atmospheric platformer, which sees you play as a young boy in a dystopian future. We’ve not heard much about it yet, but the boy looks to be always being chased by someone or typing to stay hidden.
Watch the trailer for Inside below:

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