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Ori and the Blind Forest is coming to retail stores on June 14

Retail versions of the acclaimed indie game Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition will be released June 14 for PC in standard and limited versions, along with the Xbox One in a standard version.

Ori Limited edition

The standard edition in both PC and Xbox One versions will cost $19.99. The PC version will have "premium packaging" along with a Quickstart Guide and a poster. The Limited Edition version is just for the PC platform and will cost $29.99. It will come in a steelbox case, and two posters, along with a Quickstart Guide, an audio CD and two postcards.

Nordic Games will handle the publishing duties for the retail version of Ori, in partnership with Microsoft and the game's developer Moon Studios:

"My colleagues and I at Nordic Games were Ori fans from the very beginning", said Reinhard Pollice, Business and Product Development Director at Nordic Games. "There is a fundamental connection with platformers in our team. Combine this with the unique art style, the gripping atmosphere, and the immaculate gameplay of Ori and the Blind Forest, and you'll see our team drooling all over this amazing game. In more formal words: We are more than happy to work together with Microsoft Studios and Moon Studios and publish this gem of a game in its PC retail version and give it the physical representation it deserves."

Read our review of Ori and the Blind Forest for the Xbox One

8 Comments
  • That one time I regret buying a game digitally.
  • Yeah, same here, but I'll still get it again anyways :-(
  • Looks great, think I'm gonna get it just for keeps!
  • Was going to maybe get the special edition for XB1 when I saw the steelbook online previously. Now that it's not coming, I'll just continue to pass and wait for it to be a GWG title.
  • Imma buy this even if my boyfriend says no. Maybe it will warm up his cold non-gaming heart. :P
  • No word about the fact that the PC version will be the Steam version, since there are no Retail Windows Store Games yet?
  • I think they should give both the versions
  • Man, I kinda wish I didn't already the game already, that is some nice looking case art.