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The Witness has been rated for Xbox One

Jonathan Blow’s The Witness may be coming to Xbox One, according to a rating by the ESRB.

The upcoming puzzle game is already confirmed for PS4 and PC, but it could be coming to Xbox One as well.

According to a rating by the ESRB (via Gematsu), The Witness will be coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The Witness will finally launch of January 26 for PS4 and PC, with an iOS version to follow “some months’ later in 2016.

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The Xbox One version may launch sometime after the other versions as Jonathan Blow is yet to make any comment on the announcement.

We’ve been waiting a long time for The Witness, which was first announced as a launch window title for the PS4 back in 2013.

Jonathan Blow’s previous works include the critically acclaimed Braid, a platformer that tasks you with manipulating time in order to progress.

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The Witness will apparently take 20-25 hours for an average player to complete, so speedrunners may have something to prove.

Blow claims there is a puzzle in the game that will only be solved by one percent of players.

The Witness will be available on January 26 for PS4 and PC.

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