VIDEO: Thomas Was Alone also jumping to Xbox One and Wii U

Mike Bithell’s Thomas Was Alone is to add two additional formats to its stable of platforms.

Alongside the game’s already announced PS4 release, the game will also now arrive on Xbox One and Wii U. It will hit all three platform in the same week in November, although a concrete release date has yet to be announced.

All three versions will be published and developed by Curve Digital and cost 6.99. It will support cross-buy on PlayStation formats.

The game was first released on PC and Mac in July 2012 before eventually being ported to PS3 and Vita in April of last year. iOS and Android versions were released earlier this year.

To date it has sold over 1m copies worldwide.

Said Bithell: Working with Sony on Thomas was a great experience and opened my eyes to the potential of smaller budget titles on consoles in general.”

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