Ori and the Blind Forest is getting a physical release

On PC and Xbox One

Ori and the Blind Forest always looked gorgeous, but I was surprised by just how much the game, as a whole, resonated with me. It’s one of my favorite experiences on Xbox One to date.

It’s especially great, then, to see Microsoft Studios continue to support Ori and developer Moon Studios. Following the recent Definitive Edition, there are plans for a retail release on June 14, 2016 for $19.99.

Microsoft is putting out the physical Xbox One version of Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition in the US (it comes with the soundtrack on CD, a digital copy of the game, and behind-the-scenes content) while Nordic Games is handling the physical PC version, which is also headed to Europe. The company is going to have a standard ($19.99) and limited ($29.99) edition, as pictured.

Standard:

  • Premium Packaging
  • Quickstart Guide
  • Game DVD
  • A3 Poster

Limited:

  • Steelbox
  • Quickstart Guide
  • Game DVD
  • Audio-CD OST
  • 2 Postcards
  • 2 Double-Sided A3 Posters
Jordan Devore
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