Update: Rather than write a whole other story, figured I'd just update this one. Sony's PlayStation Facebook page has confirmed that a PSN port of Limbo will be coming this July, and Playdead co-founder Dino Patti confirmed elsewhere that the team is also working on a PC version to be released on Steam. Both ports are being worked on by the Playdead team internally.
Here's to more people being able to experience horrifying child death (and really excellent gameplay)!
Once deemed an Xbox Live Arcade exclusive by the developers themselves, Danish studio Playdead's award-winning puzzle-platformer Limbo appears to be set for a release on additional platforms in the foreseeable future, with the Korean ratings board having just rated a PSN version of the title.
This would seem to back up some earlier rumors that the game may no longer be an Xbox 360 exclusive by various NeoGAF users, who dug up a hidden trailer for the game on Steam. While no word of a PC version has leaked out since this trailer popped up, the addition of today's PSN rating seems to suggest that the exclusivity for the title has come to an end.
Playdead has also reportedly been working on a new title following the success of Limbo's original release. The studio has yet to officially announce what the game is, but previously stated that it was an all-new IP that fans of Limbo would nonetheless feel right at home with it.
Limbo garnered a five-star rating from our own Brad Shoemaker, and made a number of our personal top 10 lists last year (including the very tippy top of mine). Any opportunity that exists to get more people to play this hauntingly beautiful, darkly clever little game can't be viewed as anything but a good thing.