Sony has snapped up indie titles Knytt Underground and Big Sky Infinity for PlayStation Plus, reports Eurogamer.net. The niche sequels will be joined by a third unannounced game as part of the platform holder’s PlayStation Plus Presents promotion. The label is designed to highlight the best indie experiences available on the PlayStation Network. As a result, all three of the titles will be given away to subscribers.
The aforementioned games will be playable on both PlayStation 3 and Vita. There’s no word on a release date just yet, but we’ll keep you updated.
This is what I've been looking for, as the majority of Plus titles that are given away I don't particularly care for. Great job Sony!
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"The aforementioned games will be playable on both PlayStation 3 and Vita." Awesome.
Does anyone remember the "indie" title coming to PSN that has almost the same concept as Closure? U.S. PSN previewed it briefly long ago, and I can't find the video anymore.
Something about moving "sources" to progress, now was it "sources' of light or shadow..I can't recall.
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