Stealth Inc launched on PSN for Vita and PS3 in July 2013, following its November 2012 launch on PC and April 2013 release on Mac and Linux. While it was Cross-Buy-enabled on PSN then, the developer noted today that the Ultimate Edition will not be free for current Stealth Inc owners to download. Still, it is "looking into ways we can offer a very significant discount to people who already own Stealth Inc," and will reveal as much in the coming weeks.
Award winning puzzle-platformer Stealth Inc coming to PS4 in March, bundled with DLC.
LONDON – 05.02.2014 – Kicking off a month of game announcements, independent game publisher Curve Digital has today announced an 'Ultimate Edition' of Stealth Inc to be released on the PS4 in early March.
The Ultimate Edition includes the main Stealth Inc game alongside two large DLC expansions, The Teleporter Chambers and The Lost Clones, representing an additional 40 levels and bringing the total levels in the game up to 120. The DLC packs also add new trophies and represent the most challenging and varied levels in the series so far.
"Stealth Inc Ultimate edition is an exciting first release for Curve on the PlayStation 4," said Marketing Manager Rob Clarke, "The DLC levels of Stealth Inc are some of the absolute best the game has to offer, so it's great to be able to offer those as part of the main game on a next-gen console."
Curve will be announcing three more games in the next three weeks, all of which available for the PlayStation 4. Clarke said: "We're excited about the power and potential of the PlayStation 4, but we're also not abandoning the Vita or the PlayStation 3, and we'll be continuing to offer cross-buy titles whenever and wherever we can."
Meanwhile, the iOS version of Stealth Inc is currently available at a 50% discount, while the PC version Stealth Bastard can be purchased in the Bundlestars 'Brutal Bundle' for £3.64 along with 10 other games.
More info is available on the Curve blog here.
About Curve Digital
Founded in 2012, Curve Digital publishes original IP and enhanced conversions of popular independent video games. Working with high profile developers such as Jasper Byrne (Lone Survivor) and Mike Bithell (Thomas Was Alone), Curve Digital helps individuals and small teams bring their games to a larger audience on popular console formats, including PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One and Wii-U.