'Rogue Legacy' PS4, PS3 And Vita Ports Announced, PSN Release Date Revealed For July, Includes Cross-Buy, New Content

By Matthew Buzzi , Updated Jul 09, 2014 02:28 PM EDT
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Indie title Rogue Legacy, currently only available on PC, will be coming to all PlayStation platforms at the end of the month.

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The platformer, which contains roguelike elements as its name implies, will launch on PS Vita, PS3, and PS4 on July 29. Cellar Door's Teddy Lee announced the news on the PlayStation Blog with an enthusiastic post, thanking the team at Abstraction Games for bringing the title to Sony's platforms.

"What's up guys! We're crazy proud to announce that the official release date for Rogue Legacy on ALL PlayStation platforms will be July 29th, 2014," Lee said. "That's only 3 weeks away! That's complete insanity, and we're totes mcgoats excited to finally bring it to consoles and handhelds.

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"Now, before I go into a list of the awesomeness that is the PlaysStation versions of Rogue Legacy, I just want to give a shout out to the guys at Abstraction Games. They did almost all of the work on bringing the game to PlayStation, and this would never have happened without them. So big ups to them for all their help!"

Lee does go on to list the features Rogue Legacy will boast on Sony's systems, many of which fans will be happy to see. They include cross-buy and cross-save for all three platforms, all of the content from the PC version (plus a slight amount more), and multiple languages (English, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Polish, Russian, and Spanish).

The Vita version also gets a control scheme made to work for the handheld, and there will be a Platinum Trophy for all versions. No price was announced for the title, and you can read more details about what the game is on the PS blog if you're unfamiliar.

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