Sorry, old 3DS and 2DS users – only New 3DS support confirmed.
One of the detriments of April Fool’s Day is that legitimate news often slips through the cracks. One such item is the announcement that Edmund McMillen’s The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth will be releasing on the Wii U, Xbox One and New 3DS. The demented rogue-like title was originally released in 2011 but saw a remake last year that was even more critically acclaimed.
It should be noted that there won’t be any censorship in the game. If you’re on a Nintendo platform and are worried about the same, then rest easy. Of course, it should also be noted that the old 3DS models and 2DS will not receive the game, making The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth yet another New 3DS exclusive.
There’s no release window currently aside from “soonish” so stay tuned for more information. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is already available on Steam for PC, PS4, PS Vita, Mac OS X and Linux.