Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons has been confirmed for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and mobile devices. The new release will feature director commentary, soundtracks and a concept art gallery, offering new ways to enjoy the lore and overall design of the title.
As well as the consoles noted above, iOS, Android and Windows Phone owners will be able to journey to the Tree of Life and acquire its magical water to save their sick father. All launches will coincide with one another, occurring this summer. The original release was back in 2013, on Xbox Live, PlayStation Network and PC.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons received critical acclaim for design, platforming and the emotionally engaged narrative. We'll be sure to let you all know once the new versions hit respective platform stores.
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