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Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons confirmed for mobile platforms including Windows Phone

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is an extremely popular platformer adventure game available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. IGN reports that the publisher, 505 Games has now confirmed support for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and mobile devices including Android, iOS and Windows Phone. According to the report, the game will be available over the next few months on the aforementioned platforms.

While the mobile version of the game has just recently been confirmed, details regarding the console versions were unofficially outed earlier this month in a German ratings listing. The report from IGN also claims that the console version will include extra features such as a director's commentary mode, a gallery of concept art and soundtracks.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is directed by award winning Swedish film director, John Fares. The story of the game revolves around two brothers who embark on a dangerous journey to collect water from "The Tree of Life" in order to save the life of their grievously ill father.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons garnered positive attention from gamers and reviewers around the world, praising the game for its touching story, impressive landscape, scenery and controls. It also won the "Best Innovation" award at the 2014 BAFTA Video Game Awards and also secured the "Best Xbox Game" award at VGX 2013. It currently holds a 90/100 Metacritic rating for PC, 86/100 for the Xbox 360 and 85/100 for PS3. You can watch the launch trailer below:

The title is expected to land on current gen consoles in Q2 2015 and for mobile platforms, the release is slated for Q4 2015.

Source: IGN via WMPoweruser| Image via The Games Cabin

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