Better late than never
Brotherhood may be Max’s curse, but his latest game is about to break free from something else: Console exclusivity. It only took him four years to shed it.
On November 8, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is coming digitally to PlayStation 4; on November 10, a physical edition of the game will be released. No prices have officially been revealed but it originally launched at $15. PS4 publisher Wired Productions has pre-orders available for the physical version, and that’s set for £16 in the UK and $21 in the US.
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood was an Xbox One release window exclusive in 2013. It stayed that way for a year until it came to Xbox 360 and PC in 2014. Now, in 2017, the puzzle platformer has finally drawn a bridge to another console.
Colourful puzzle platformer Max: The Curse of Brotherhood comes to PS4 next month [PlayStation Blog]