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Limbo heading to PS4 as well this year?

Limbo is heading to PS4 too as well this year, according to a recent ratings board listing.
PS4 gamers will be treated to noir platformer Limbo in the very near future, if the ratings board is correct.
A new PEGI rating was granted for the PS4 edition of Limbo on January 1, although developer Playdead hasn’t officially confirmed the release.
Originally, Limbo was released as an Xbox 360 exclusive back in 2010.
But since then, Limbo has been released on PS3, PS Vita, iOS, Steam and then at the end of last year it was launched on Xbox One.
Early Xbox One adopters were given a free copy of Limbo as a present in early November. The Xbox One version then went live on Xbox Live as a purchasable download.
Hopefully the PS4 version will be available shortly, and anyone who hasn’t yet played Limbo needs to do so as soon as humanly possible.
Related: Upcoming Xbox One games 2015
Playdead is preparing to launch its next project, Inside, as a timed Xbox One exclusive sometime in 2015.
The game will then be released for PC, Mac, PS3, PS4 and Xbox 360.
Inside sees you play as a young boy in a dystopian future, which you can see in the trailer below.

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