N++, sequel to the smash hit N+, is coming to Xbox One next month

Today, Metanet Software announced that the sequel to the blockbuster Xbox Live Arcade title N+, titled N++, will be heading to Xbox One next month, after launching on PlayStation 4 and PC earlier. N++ follows a very similar play style to that of the former entry in the series. Playing as a 'Parkour loving Ninja' in this momentum-based platforming game, you have to escape the clutches of enemies, and collect gold to survive.

Fans of the original can look forward to '4340 hand-crafted, finely-tuned levels', including everything in the 'Ultimate Edition' of the game for those buying it on Xbox One come next month; according to the press release:

Metanet Software have spent the past 4+ years creating and perfecting The World’s Best Platformer™. N++ on Xbox One features everything in the Ultimate Edition including an unprecedented 4340 hand-crafted, finely-tuned levels.

Play through the lengthy and challenging Solo and Hardcore campaigns, or with friends in local multiplayer Co-op and Race (Competitive) modes. Revel in over 100+ eye-catching Funlockable™ color schemes. Bask your ears in the splendor of over 6 hours of the best electronic music from boutique labels around the globe. N++ has been designed from the ground up to provide you with a lifetime of platforming perfection.

N+ launched on Xbox Live Arcade in 2008, to rave reviews from critics and gamers alike. The game utilized three buttons and the directional pad, challenging the player to complete its levels as fast as they could since the game has a 'metabolism' meter which could only be filled by collecting gold, which will end in your demise if you do not hoard enough. The developer has also confidently trademarked 'The worlds best platformer', after spending four years perfecting the sequel -- and yes, this is an actual trademark.

N+ is currently available on Xbox 360 and is backward compatible with Xbox One. N++, however, will launch on Xbox One on October 4 and is currently available on PlayStation 4 and PC.

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