The Definitive Edition of Ori and the Blind Forest remains on track for release this week, but only on Xbox One.
Microsoft has revealed that Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition will not make its March 11 release date on PC. Instead, this version of the game will be taking a “bit of extra time.”
The company did not provide a new release date, but said updates will be coming soon. This applies to both the Steam and Windows 10 releases.
The release date of the Xbox One version is unchanged.
Owners of the original game also get a decent discount if they decide to upgrade to the Definitive Edition (priced $20), bringing the price down to just $5.
The Definitive Edition adds new areas, gameplay changes, and a few difficulty options.
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