Developer Roll7 is bringing side-scrolling skateboarder OlliOlli to PC, according to a post on the blog for the EGX Rezzed gaming convention.
The post also noted that Roll7 is bringing a "brand new, as yet unannounced, game" to the show. This new title will makes its debut at Rezzed and will be playable on the show floor, as will the PC version of OlliOlli.
The Windows PC version is being published by Devolver Digital, a company with a large number of indie titles under its belt. Included in Devolver's portfolio, and also coming to EGX Rezzed as playable demos, are Dennaton Games' Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, Vlambeer's Luftrausers, Vagabond Dog's debut title Always Sometimes Monsters, Free Lives' bombastic action title Broforce and Deconstructeam's point-and-click adventure Gods Will Be Watching.
OlliOlli launched last month exclusively for PlayStation Vita. The title was initially planned for iOS, but after a suggestion from Futurlab's James Marsden, Roll7 developers showed the prototype to Sony and were asked to make the game for Vita. The team is currently not planning any DLC for OlliOlli, but according to director Tom Hegarty this could change due to the game's warm reception. Polygon has reached out to Roll7 for more details on the PC version and will share information as we have it.
EGX Rezzed will take place March 28-30 at the NEC in Birmingham. Tickets are currently available for purchase through the event's website.
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