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Curve Studios Celebrating February with Weekly PlayStation Reveals

Posted by Sammy Barker

PS4 port of Stealth Inc sneaks out first

We’re convinced that the friendly folks at London-based indie outfit Curve Studios don’t sleep. Fresh from converting a cavalcade of content to the PlayStation 3 and Vita last year, the company has now revealed that it has plans to announce four fresh projects throughout February. It’s currently unclear what the full lineup will entail, but the digital publisher’s kicking things off with Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark – Ultimate Edition for the PlayStation 4.

Due out “early next month”, this enhanced re-release of last year’s PC port will ship with the adventure’s two major DLC expansions: The Teleporter Chambers and The Lost Clones. Sadly, the next generation iteration will not boast cross-buy, meaning that you’ll need to pay again if you want to play it with a DualShock 4, although the studio has hinted that it may offer a discount to those that already own the sneaky escapade on another Sony system.

The team’s keeping its next title under wraps for the time being, but it will apparently be an indie game “that’s not only a first for PlayStation but also a first for the PC as well”. Your guess is as good as ours. Are you excited to see what else the Explodemon developer’s got in the pipeline? Do you think that you’ll double-dip on its super swift stealth-‘em-up? Catch us out in the comments section below.

[via curve-studios.com]

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Cloud7794

#1

Cloud7794 said:

Ahh man I just bought the Vita Curve bundle. I hope that these "4 reveals" aren't the 4 games the bundle already offers.

adf86

#2

adf86 said:

I have a wishlist of indie's I want to come to playstation but I'm not naming them in case I jinx it... yes I'm superstitious ;)

Chris1975

#4

Chris1975 said:

Loved playing Stealth Bastard on my phone so look forward to playing this on my ps4 too. Wonder if they will still allow user generated levels like they do on the phone.

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