Blue Isle, the developer of Slender: The Arrival — a reimagining of Mark Hadley’s Slender: The Eight Pages — teamed up with indie games publisher Midnight City back in September with the goal of bringing the game to new platforms. The Arrival came to Steam first, and now it’s headed to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The console version will bring with it two brand new levels that take place before the events in the main game and will “delve deeper into the lives of those Slender Man has touched.” It will be available early this year.
If you already own the PC/Steam version, the new content will arrive on each as a free update after the console launch.
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