Going full circle, a game Microsoft reportedly turned down as an exclusive in the past will be making its way to both PC and Xbox One after potentially dropping its Sony exclusivity.
The title in question is Rime; the colourful adventure game we know little about. Originally announced as a PS4 exclusive during Gamescom 2014, we could be seeing it land on just about every modern platform under the sun whenever it gets around to appearing.
Though anything but confirmed at the minute, the oddly sourcable Brazilian Ratings Board has let yet another cat out of the bag. Whether it's simply due to law or negligence, they've been pretty good at outing secrets in the past. After all, they further confirmed Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition long before the recent reveal. For reference, the post on their site has since been removed.
After acquiring a new publishing deal with Grey Foot, Tequila Works actually touched on the possibility of a multi-platform release months ago.
Should the rumors hold true, the open-world puzzle title could grace PCs the world over should it release next year. 4K support would do wonders for the cel-shaded art style, that's for sure. But the artistic choice would complement any setup perfectly. That's been proven with many games before it. It comes as a rather sudden movement, but Tequila Works actually managed to regain the rights to Rime once they parted ways with Sony earlier this year.
That detail slipped under the radar, it seems.