Dustforce sweeps its way onto consoles

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The dust shall not settle, as players can begin collecting Dustforce today, 5th February, on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita with the Xbox 360 version releasing soon after.

Offered as a digital download title, Dustforce is a momentum-based action platformer that puts players into the overalls of an acrobatic janitor who helps free the world of dirt and disorder.

Dustforce lets players leap and dash off walls and ceilings, deftly traversing precarious environments as they cleanse each level swiftly and thoroughly to achieve mastery in both single and multiplayer modes.

Originally released on PC and Mac, Hitbox Team’s critically-acclaimed indie hit is now looking to clean up on PlayStation 3, PS Vita and Xbox 360.

The new version of Dustforce features fresh new content, including online multiplayer (up to 4 players), PS3/PS Vita cross-play and save functionality, gamepad support, trophies and achievements, and replay saving for PS3 players.

The game arrives with 56 single-player levels and 10 multiplayer levels, with over 100 additional maps available as free downloads soon after the game is released.
Dustforce is a digital title that can be downloaded now on PSN (for PS3 and PS Vita), with an XBLA version releasing soon after.

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