Curve bringing indie title Proteus to PS3 and Vita this fall

Ed Key and David Kanaga's audio-visual exploration game Proteus is coming to PlayStation 3 and Vita this fall, port publisher Curve Studios announced today in a post on the PlayStation Blog.

The title will take advantage of Sony's cross-buy program, and users can snag both versions of the game with just one purchase.

Proteus sets players on an uninhabited island, which they can explore freely from a first-person perspective. Environments are procedurally generated and no two journeys across the landscape are alike — things will change with each playthrough and it's impossible to see everything in just one run. Everything in the game has a different musical tune, and this will also change as players move through four seasons on the island.

In the post, Curve's PR and marketing manager Rob Clarke notes the publisher has been working closely with Key to improve the original PC version of Proteus for Sony's platforms. More information on how Proteus will function on the PS3 and Vita, as well as pricing and final launch information, will be shared over the coming months.

Publisher Curve has brought a number on indie titles to Sony's PS3 and Vita over the past several months, including Jasper Byrne's Lone Survivor, Mike Bithell's Thomas Was Alone and stealth-based puzzle platformer Stealth Bastard.

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