The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth Hits Xbox One And PlayStation 4 On May 10


The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth, the massive add-on expansion for The Binding Of Isaac: Rebirth, will finally be released on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 next month, developer Nicalis has announced.

The DLC released on PC back in October of last year, and while the console version was set to appear by the end of 2015, it has been hit by several delays, presumably to standardize a release date across all platforms.

While the game will also release on Nintendo’s Wii U, Nicalis is still unsure on whether Afterbirth will meet the same release date as Microsoft and Sony’s consoles. Rebirth itself is already a huge game, but Nicalis says that Afterbirth adds over 100 hours of additional gameplay, as well as hundreds of new items, bosses and the addition of daily runs that give the player a specific set of items.

See below for all the new features:

Key Features

Over 100 hours of MORE gameplay
Greed Mode – a whole new way to play, focused on risk/reward
Expanded main game – a new final area with a new final boss
Daily Runs – play a new official run, everyday!
Online Leaderboards – compete for highscore/best time
10 totally new and awesome challenges!
1000+ new room designs
120 new items–not counting tons of new pickups, chests, pills, bombs and cards–taking the item count up beyond 500!
Alternate soundtrack!
New secret transformations!

Uber Secrets

Lilith, mother of demons, a totally new playable character
4 new alternate chapters with new enemy types and visual themes
Revised seed code combo system and new special seeds
100+ enemies, with new designs
8 new bosses

The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth will launch for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on May 10 for $10.99. Series creator Edmund McMillen has recently been asking fans for suggestions on an upcoming update for the Steam version of the game, Afterbirth+, which aims to add even more items, bosses and characters, as well as modding tools for the community to make their own, custom challenges.

Source: Gematsu