The Chinese Room has announced that one of their earlier games, Dear Esther, will be making the leap from PC to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this Summer. The console port of the game is being handled via a collaboration with Curve Digital.
While the port of the game itself is welcomed, this new version of the game will not just be a direct port of the PC version. The new console versions of the game will also feature a Director’s Commentary mode, which will give players information about the making of the game while experiencing it.
Unfortunately, an official release date for the console versions of the game were not given, so be sure to stay tuned for when that information becomes available.
Dear Esther originally released as a mod in 2008, before being remade and getting a full release in 2012. The developer has gone on to make 2013’s Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs and 2015’s Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture.