Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition Trailer Released

Moon Studios’ beautifully executed action-platformer, Ori and the Blind Forest, has had its Definitive Edition in development for some time now; receiving multiple delays in order to release something as stunning as the original release.

Last week, a March 11 release date was announced for the Xbox One version for the price of $19.99, although if you already own the game, it will be available for $4.99 as DLC. The Steam and Windows 10 version is still not ready, and Moon Studios will provide more information at a later date.

The Definitive Edition adds a fast travel option, new abilities, additional narrative, and more.

Check out Definitive Edition’s Xbox One trailer here:

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