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Sunday, August 11, 2013

It’s an adventure game that mixes together exploration, survival, and skill-based combat combined with a big dose of atmosphere. It’s also a game from independent developer Capybara Games, the team behind Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, and Sound Shapes.
The impression you may have got from watching the Microsoft presentation including Below
, is that the game will only be available to play on the Xbox One. But that’s definitely not the case.
Capy Games has realized there is some confusion surrounding the game and has now decided to clear it up. In a blog post on their website Capy has confirmed that while Below
will appear on the Xbox One first, it is only a timed exclusive. That means Microsoft did a deal with Capy to ensure Below is exclusively available on Xbox One for a period of time, maybe a few weeks or months. After that, the game can be released on other platforms.
Microsoft has used this tactic many times before because it boosts sales and makes a platform look like it has more games available for it. But ultimately if a gamer is willing to wait, these timed exclusives appear elsewhere.
So, if you really like the look of Below
, but would rather pick up a PS4 than an Xbox One later this year, chances are you’ll still get to play the game, just not at launch. I’d also bet money on Below appearing on the PC at some point in 2014.

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