Several weeks after its Xbox One debut, Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition will make its way to PCs on April 27. The game will be released on Steam fand for Windows 10 gamers via the Windows Store.

This version of the game includes all of the content in the original Ori and the Blind Forest from developer Moon Studios, plus some extra content such as "new areas, new abilities, more story sequences, multiple difficulty modes, fast travel between areas" and more. Here's a quick description for those of you unfamiliar with the game:

Players take control of the titular Ori, a guardian spirit who explores the haunting forest of Nibel – a breathtaking backdrop that imparts the magic of classic hand-drawn art with the help of some impressive tech.

The price of Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition will be $19.99, and Steam owners of the original game can get it for just $4.99, The Windows 10 version will add enhanced resolution and monitor support and the ability to cross-save games between the Windows 10 and Xbox One versions.