INSIDE and LIMBO heading to retail as a double pack

This post is solely for the people that collect physical releases. Acclaimed Indie Dev Playdead have teamed up with 505 Games to bring INSIDE and LIMBO as a double pack to the PS4 and XBOX 360.

They will be released this fall with a price of just £19.99. Though for this price you will also receive some collectors items including a limited run poster and art card to make it that much more worthwhile.

I have to admit that while I have LIMBO I have never actually played it and I have not actually played INSIDE but I know that both games have very beautiful art-styles as well as engaging gameplay.

Currently no retailers have been announced that will be stocking it here in the UK but I expect that it will be available from the majority of them. The release date for us Europeans is the 15th of September if you want to add it to your calendar.

I for one will be adding it to a pre-order!



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