4K Graphics, new developer commentary, early 2021 release
At today’s State of Play event, Braid was announced to be getting an anniversary edition, with redone 4K graphics, new sounds and developer's commentary.
First released in 2008 on the Xbox 360 by developer Jonathan Blow and his team, you took on the character of Tim, who could manipulate time to traverse the many worlds and levels.
It was critically acclaimed when released, with the game featuring in 'Indie Game: The Movie' back in 2010.
Ever since then its been fondly remembered, and even though it's still available to be purchased on Steam, it's great to finally see a version rebuilt for modern machines.
Redone graphics in 4K, new sounds, and a developer commentary that will 'be as best a run-through into game development than there ever has been before'.
The site has announced the 'Anniversary Edition' to be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, Windows, Mac, and Linux.
It looks to be a stunning game once again, but at its fullest on 4K televisions and monitors, with an early 2021 release.