Back in 2013, independent studio Tequila Works revealed Rime, a stylistic action-adventure game that drew inspiration from the work of Team Ico and Studio Ghibli. The game was originally planned to launch exclusively on PlayStation 4, but shortly after its initial reveal, Tequila Works grew silent about its development for some time, having run into some legal issues with Sony, Rime's publisher. These legal issues were eventually resolved, as Tequila Works announced in 2016 that it had acquired the rights to Rime from Sony and would be publishing the game separately.

A few days ago, Tequila Works uploaded a new "re-reveal" trailer for Rime, announcing for the first time that the game will be launching on multiple platforms. Rime is now slated to come out in May 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The re-reveal trailer itself is stunning, showing off the game's vibrant art style and beautiful environments.

Also, although Rime was originally planned to be a digital exclusive, it seems like it'll be getting a physical release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, as Amazon and Best Buy are selling physical copies of the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $29.99. For the time being, however, Rime remains digital-only on Nintendo Switch and PC.

What do you guys think? Do you remember Rime's initial reveal? Are you planning on buying the game once it launches, and if so, on what platform? Sound off in the comments below!

Source: IGN, DualShockers