After releasing in 2013 on tablets, Frogmind have announced that Badland: Game of the Year Edition is coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita in Spring 2015, complete with cross-buy and cross-save.
Boasting over 20 million players and many awards so far, Badland: Game of the Year Edition brings four times more content than the original game did at launch. So, you’ll find 100 single-player levels taking around 15 hours to complete, as well as another 100 co-op and 27 multiplayer deathmatch stages that you can play with up to three other people in local play.
Wanting for this to be “perfect on PlayStation platforms,” Frogmind gave the GOTY Edition enhanced, full-HD visuals. In order to nail the best possible gameplay, controls have been expanded to support the analog stick and trigger, with the ability to fly backwards and control the speed of your flying included as well.
Frogmind talked a bit about the gameplay:
Badland is a unique mix of innovative physics-based gameplay, creative level design, power-ups — from cloning to growing to slowing down time — and stunning, atmospheric graphics and audio. It’s set in a beautiful forest with an ominous undertone. You control a flying creature, Clony, to find out what’s going on, and discover an astonishing number of imaginative traps, puzzles, and obstacles on the way.
The next update from Frogmind about Badland: Game of the Year Edition should reveal the price and release date.
[Source: PS Blog]