Edmund McMillen’s macabre indie darling The Binding of Isaac is heading to consoles, according to a post-mortem of the PC release. The dark, biblical adventure will be ported to various PlayStation platforms – though there’s currently no confirmation of which – by Nicalis, who will add online co-op, revamped graphics, and two expansion packs to the original release.
Earlier in the year, McMillen admitted that he was chatting to Sony about the prospect of bringing the title to at least two PlayStation platforms. As such, it’s probably safe to assume that the melancholy expedition will launch on both the PS3 and Vita.
Thus far the game has sold over one million copies on Steam. Expect that number to explode when it eventually arrives on consoles.