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March release touted for Journey, no DLC expected

A smattering of details on one of this year's most anticipated PlayStation 3 releases have escaped into the wild.

According to The Indie Game Magazine, the latest Game Informer carries a March release date for thatgamecompany's Journey. Last week, the developer revealed its latest title had gone gold and was awaiting a release window announcement from Sony.

Answering questions on the developer's Twitter account, thatgamecompany said the unusual adventure is between three and five hours long, but has high replayability.

No DLC has been planned, but avatars are expected. Only one save file per console account is supported, and there will be no stereoscopic 3D features.

As Sony owns the rights to Journey, the last of the three titles in its agreement with thatgamecompany, the developer doesn't yet know whether a Vita port is inbound.

Journey offers players the opportunity to explore a fantastic desert world, in the company of mute, anonymous strangers - or not, as they choose.

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