Polytron has announced that the long-awaited debut of Fez on PlayStation platforms will occur on March 25th in North America and March 26th in Europe.

A post on the Official PlayStation Blog by Producer Marie-Christine Bourdua revealed the release date, as well as some interesting details regarding the game’s jump to Sony’s hardware.

Created in collaboration with Blit Software, Fez “runs smoothly at native resolution” on PlayStation Vita according to Bourdua.

Additionally it looks as though the game will take full advantage of PlayStation consoles, running at “720p at 60 frames per second” on PlayStation 3, as well as taking full advantage of features on the PlayStation 4; such as its unique light-bar.

The arrival of the award-winning Fez into the PlayStation ecosystem was announced at Gamescom in 2013, alongside other indie gems such as Rogue Legacy by Cellar Door Games.

Fez makes the jump to PlayStation complete with cross-buy and cross-save functionality and will be discounted from its regular price of $12.99 to¬†$9.99 during its launch week for PlayStation Plus members as part of Sony’s Spring Fever promotion.

  • vongruetz .

    Also, it’s cross buy between PS4, PS3, and PS Vita. Regular price is $12.99 but it will be on sale it’s first week for PS+ members for $9.99.

  • I’m boycotting this as I did with the PC version, I don’t really care for the developer from his past actions. Even if it comes to PS+ i wont download it.

    • Brian Sharon

      I won’t attempt to sway your opinion, but it’s worth saying that:

      1) We’re all human.
      2) More than one individual has been involved with Fez, especially as it stands today.

      • Yeah i hear you its a shame that people have to work with such arrogance but he is the face behind that game that everyone sees and hears. I personally wont contribute support to that sort of behavioral display.

    • fatdog21

      So the guy is a dick. 92% of the ppl on the internet are dicks also. The game is awesome and Im buyin it.

    • I’m boycotting it because I immensely regret buying into the hype and getting it on the 360 at release. The puzzles and map management are way too obscure and haphazard.

  • Mauricio Quintero

    I saw the documental but can not remember who say that “all corporate made games sucked”, too much Laugh at it!

  • aros

    Exciting, I have been waiting for this for a long time. As much as I hate Phil Fish, this is a day-one download.