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Stealth Inc. Ultimate Edition bundle coming to PS4

Stealth-platformer Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark and its two expansions are headed to PlayStation 4 in early March as one big bundle.

The Ultimate Edition packs in the main game along with The Teleporter Chambers and The Lost Clones, according to developer Curve Studios. Each of those downloadable content packs adds 20 levels and more "length and variety" to the overall experience.

"In fact, we’d go as far as saying the DLC levels are some of the very best we’ve ever created, drawing on many months of experience making the original game and the PC version, Stealth Bastard," Curve wrote in a blog post.

The PS4 release will not be a cross-buy title with the existing Vita version, which launched in July last year, though Curve is considering offering a discount to gamers who already own the latter. "We’ll have some more news on that in the next few weeks, though it’s ultimately up to the options available for us on the PSN store," it wrote.

Curve will announce a price and official release date in a few weeks.

Next week, Curve plans to reveal an indie game it's developing "that’s not only a first for PlayStation but also a first for the PC, as well." The studio is also working on something for the Vita this year and will introduce new releases for PS3 as well.

"We currently have no further plans to port any of our other 2013 games to PlayStation 4, but that could change!"

Stealth Inc. is also available on the App Store, where it's currently 50 percent off, and the recently patched PC version is for sale now at BundleStars.

Curve Studios has helped other indie developers publish their games on PC and PlayStation platforms. Those titles include hits like Proteus, Thomas Was Alone, and Lone Survivor.

We gave Stealth Inc. a 7.5 out of 10.

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