Capy Games have confirmed that their indie roguelike Below, which screened at the Xbox Media briefing at E3 this year, will only be a timed exclusive for the Xbox One, before making the transition to other consoles.
"Because of the way the game was announced & discussed in the press, there was naturally a little bit of confusion after the dust settled," said Capy in a statement. "And that confusion stuck around. So, to clear things up, we wanted to take a quick second and answer your number one question:
"Like many games on stage at E3, Below will be available on the Xbox One first. Then, after a period of time, Capy can bring it elsewhere. It’s always been this way.
"We’ve said it many times before, but it is worth repeating: working with Microsoft Studios has been great, and they deserve real kudos for putting our dreamy roguelike-inspired game of exploration and discovery in the spotlight at E3… and we are certain they’ll continue to do more of that going forward. This clarification is about answering our fans, and shouldn’t reflect negatively on Microsoft or Xbox One – they’ve been the biggest Capy supporters out there (and also lets face it: Titanfall and Halo are going to be crazy delicious game magic). The Xbox 360 has been a great home for marquee downloadable games, and we believe this is something that will continue, and grow, over the years on Xbox One."