RiME no longer a PS4 exclusive; Xbox One, PC and Switch versions planned as well

The game is slated for release in May.


After developer Tequila Works reacquired the rights to its game RiME last year and found two publishers for the title, it was revealed that the game might not be a PS4 exclusive any more, as was originally planned when it was announced in late 2013. Lo and behold, the assessment was accurate, as it has been revealed that the game will also be coming to PC, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch in May of this year.

In a "re-reveal" video on IGN, we see a boy stranded on an island after a shipwreck. Gameplay has the boy solving various puzzles over different terrain as he tries to get to a safe location. The single-player adventure has a bit of a Zelda Wind Waker and The Witness feel to it. "Inspired by the rugged, sunbaked terrain of the Mediterranean coast, Rime paints its breathtaking world with a fusion of vibrant colors and moving musical undertones to set the stage for the deeply personal journey that awaits within," the game description says.

The official site doesn't reveal much, other than more information will be coming "early in 2017."  Grey Box and Six Foot will be pusblishing the title. 

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