Microsoft and Moon Studios have announced the release date of Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition.

The new version of the game features an expanded “theater mode,” which includes early concept material from the development of Ori and the Blind Forest like trailers, and “other really cool content.”

They also added a new area called Black Root Burrows. “There is a great story sequence throughout Black Root Burrows where you’re discovering the past of Naru, the mother character,” executive producer Mark Coates said. “You discover her roots, where she came from, and you learn a bit more about her as a character and why maybe she is compelled to do some of the things that she does later on in the game. It’s all interwoven with the already-existing story.”

The Definitive Edition will also feature an “easy” mode, for those looking to just dash through the story. Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition launches March 11th for Xbox One and PC.

  • Jason Wilson

    Safe to say at this point the 360 version is never coming…

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