The critically acclaimed HD remake by Just Add Water of the 2005 classic by Oddworld Inhabitants will receive a free update on June 26th adding full PlayStation Move support, stereoscopic visuals and a few more extra features to the game.
Here is the full list of what’s coming up:
Scour the wilds, ruins and hideouts for scumbag Outlaws with the latest stereoscopic broadcasts from the Mongo River. Oddworld has never had so much D!
PlayStation Move support
Immerse yourself in the action by pointing and firing from your very own crossbow. (Note: Your PlayStation Move controller is unlikely to resemble a crossbow.)
Video recording and uploading
Record your victories, failures and candid moments straight to your PlayStation 3, and upload them directly to your YouTube account.
Brightness & Gamma controls
No need to visit Doc for a new pair of eye-spectacles, now you can change the visibility of the very world around you with our brand new sliders.
Tired of lazy Townsfolk cutting themselves off mid-sentence? Fed up with soft-spoken Live Ammo? Is the soundtrack to your adventure jolted, often absent? Never fear! Our audio fixes fix your audio!
Increased crosshair visibility
9 out of 10 bounty hunters say they prefer our newer, opaquer crosshair. “It’s so much easier to see!” said excited Corn Jaws of New Yolk City.
Fixed Quicksaves and Autosaves
Before, you could only load full saves from the Load Game screen. But now you can revert back to your most recent AutoSave and QuickSave for added convenience.
The accessibility of Western Mudos has taken a step up with the introduction of additional gameplay-relevant subtitling in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.
Ask at your local General Store or Black Market for all available improvements to your experience of life.
Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD is currently available on the EU PlayStation Store for free if you are a PlayStation Plus member or for €12.99/£9.99 if you are not.
On the US PlayStation Store it costs $14.99 (no free option for US PS+ members).
Keep an eye on iWaggle3D (or it’s YouTube channel) for an in-depth analysis of the PlayStation Move controls!