It's been a long time coming, and I think I've even heard some (perhaps facetiously) suggest that it just wasn't going to happen, but it looks like Polytron's FEZ will finally be making its way to PlayStation platforms early this spring. The specific date of FEZ's release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita is set as March 25th, lining up with the tentative "Q1" release window offered by Polytron's Twitter back in December.
Polytron says the PlayStation 4 version is (unsurprisingly) "the best-looking and smoothest Fez experience you can get on a TV set," with that version running at 1080p-60 fps, the PlayStation 3 version running at 720p-60fps, and the PS Vita version running at the handheld's native resolution. Polytron also announced that the PlayStation version of FEZ features a "cross-save slot shared across all three platforms" and cross-buy functionality, meaning "any version purchased gives you access to the other two. Complete with shared save files!"
More info and quotations inside.